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Environmental Studies

Domestic and International Marine Sanctuaries: Stellwagon Bank As A Case Study

Story posted April 29, 2013

Event date(s): April 28, 2013 — May 06, 2013

Thursday, May 2 7:30-8:30 (CANCELLED)
RESCHEDULED: Wednesday May 8 , 4:30-5:30
ES Common Room, Adams Hall
An Independent study project by Sarah Johnson and Matt Gamache

 

Join Sarah and Matt as they present their research on domestic and international marine sanctuaries and their legal and political structures. Their research focuses on Stellwagen Bank, MA and also investigates international attempts to create and monitor marine sanctuaries, comparing the tactics and outcomes of various strategies. The presentation will feature Ben Cowie-Haskell, Assistant Superintendent of the management team at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Ben will present some of his research and be able to answer more technical questions as well.