Social Aspects of Reef Use in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Stipend funding via the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
David K. Loomis
Hawkins, C. and D.K. Loomis 2008. Towards an Interdisciplinary Coastal Management Agenda: Human Dimensions offers Coastal Managers Valuable Tools. The Coastal Society Quarterly Bulletin, 30 (1).
Loomis, D.K. and C. Hawkins. In press. Balance and integration in the management of coastal resources:
Does the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary management framework adequately reflect the range of values found in its enabling statues? NOAA Technical Memorandum Series.
O’Connor, M., Hawkins, C. and D.K. Loomis. In press. A manual of previously recorded non-indigenous invasive and native transplanted animal species of the Laurentian Great Lakes and coastal United States, NOAA Technical Memorandum Series.
Hawkins, C. and D.K. Loomis 2007. Disconnects between enabling legislation and management planning. Proceedings of the 2006 Northeast Recreation Research Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS–P – 14. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 613 p.
American Samoa Section Coordinator in: Puglise, K.A. and R. Kelty (eds.). 2007. NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Research Plan for Fiscal Years 2007 to 2011. Silver Spring, MD: NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program. NOAA Technical Memorandum CRCP 1. 128 pp.
Hawkins, C. 2006. An integrated research strategy to assist management responses to climate change – American Samoa (Case Study 9). In: A Reef Managers Guide to Coral Bleaching. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville, Australia.
Craig P, DiDonato G, Fenner D, Hawkins C. 2005. The state of coral reef ecosystems of American Samoa. In: The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the United States and Pacific Freely Associated States: 2005. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Ocean Service, Silver Spring, MD.
Kelty R. and Jason Kuartei (Eds.) Authors: Tony Abraham, Maria Beger, Dave Burdick, Erica Cochrane, Peter Craig, Guy Didonato, Doug Fenner, Alison Green, Yimnang Golbuu, Jay Gutierrez, Mike Hasurmai, Christopher Hawkins, Peter Houk, David Idip, Dean Jacobson, Eugene Joseph, Terry Keju, Jason Kuartei, Steve Palik, Lolita Penland, Silvia Pinca, Kerat Rikim, John Starmer, Michael Trianni, Steven Victor and Leslie Whaylen. Status Of The Coral Reefs In Micronesia and American Samoa. In Wilkinson, C. (Ed) 2004. Status of Coral Reefs of the World 2004. AIMS, Townsville, Australia
Hawkins C, Sauafea F, Vaitautolu S. 2004. Marine resource management challenges in traditional societies: managing and conserving resources at the community level. 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, 28 June – 2 July, 2004, Okinawa, Japan. (Abstract).
Braun K, Hawkins C. 2004. Dangerous Marine Organisms of American Samoa. American Samoa Community College. Pago Pago, AS. 21 pgs.
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