NCEAS Project 10682

Bottom-up ecosystem-based management of coastal systems: Social drivers of ecological and economic factors in EBM (EBM)

  • Bernardo R. Broitman

Ecosystem Based Management Web Site

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Postdoctoral Fellow15th January 2006—1st October 2008Participant List  

Abstract
Ecosystem-based management call for the adoption of management practices that explicitly account for the cross-linkages between ecological, economic and social components. I propose an approach to determine the goals of EBM in coastal temperate oceans through a literature review of initiatives where a social process has advanced research priorities for scientists and economists. By examining and compiling these research priorities I will to compile large datasets of the environmental, ecological and economic variables singled out by the social process. Going one step further, I will generate uncertainty estimates through simulations that I will incorporate into simple bioeconomic models. This formal approach will allow for a clearer definition and examination of EBM in coastal systems.

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Blanchette, Carol A.; Miner, C. Melissa; Raimondi, Peter; Lohse, David; Heady, Kristen E.K.; Broitman, Bernardo R. 2008. Biogeographical patterns of rocky intertidal communities along the Pacific coast of North America. Journal of Biogeography. Vol: 35. Pages 1593-1607.
Journal Article Broitman, Bernardo R.; Mieszkowska, Nova; Helmuth, Brian; Blanchette, Carol A. 2008. Climate and recruitment of rocky shore intertidal invertebrates in the Eastern North Atlantic. Ecology. Vol: 89(11). Pages s81-s90. (Online version)
Data Set Broitman, Bernardo R.; Blanchette, Carol A.; Menge, Bruce A.; Lubchenco, Jane; Raimondi, Peter; Foley, Melissa; Lohse, David; Gaines, Steven D. 2008. Recruitment of Planctonic Larvae to Benthic Habitats. (Online version)
Journal Article Broitman, Bernardo R.; Blanchette, Carol A.; Menge, Bruce A.; Lubchenco, Jane; Krenz, C.; Foley, Melissa; Raimondi, Peter; Lohse, David; Gaines, Steven D. 2008. Spatial and temporal patterns of invertebrate recruitment along the west coast of the United States. Ecological Monographs. Vol: 78(3). Pages 403-421.
Journal Article Broitman, Bernardo R.; Szathmary, P. L.; Mislan, A. S.; Blanchette, Carol A.; Helmuth, Brian. 2009. Predator-prey interactions under climate change: The importance of habitat vs body temperature. Oikos. Vol: 118. Pages 219-224. (Online version)
Journal Article Del Sontro, Tonya S.; Leifer, Ira; Luyendyk, Bruce P.; Broitman, Bernardo R. 2007. Beach tar accumulation, transport mechanisms, and sources of variability at Coal Oil Point, California. Marine Pollution Bulletin. Pages 1-11.
Journal Article Lagos, Nelson A.; Castilla, Juan Carlos; Broitman, Bernardo R. 2008. Spatial environmental correlates of intertidal recruitment: A test using barnacles in northern Chile. Ecological Monographs. Vol: 78(2). Pages 245-261.
Journal Article Molina-Montenegro, Marco A.; Cleland, Elsa E.; Watts, Sean M.; Broitman, Bernardo R. 2012. Can a breakdown in competition-colonization tradeoffs help explain the success of exotic species in the California flora?. Oikos. Vol: 121(3). Pages 389-395. (Online version)
Journal Article Navarrete, Sergio A.; Broitman, Bernardo R.; Menge, Bruce A. 2008. Interhemispheric comparison of recruitment to intertidal communities: Pattern persistence and scales of variation. Ecology. Vol: 89(5). Pages 1308-1322.
Journal Article Wilson, Jono R.; Broitman, Bernardo R.; Caselle, Jennifer E.; Wendt, Dean E. 2008. Recruitment of coastal fishes and oceanographic variability in central California. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Vol: 79. Pages 483-490. (Online version)