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Participatory water access planning for seaweed farms Both fisheries and seaweed farming are important livelihoods for local
communities. Therefore, it is critical to promote cooperation among
resource users, to reduce conflicts, and to establish guidelines for
participatory planning among seaweed farmers and fisherfolks. diagram,Tanzania,Zanzibar,artisanal,subsistence,aquaculture,Africa,Indian Ocean,management,resource,livelihood
Participatory water access planning for seaweed farmsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network, UMCES0 views1 downloads (Details)Both fisheries and seaweed farming are important livelihoods for local
communities. Therefore, it is critical to promote cooperation among
resource users, to reduce conflicts, and to establish guidelines for
participatory planning among seaweed farmers and fisherfolks.
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Pyrodinium bahamense Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia.  symbol,vector,illustration,Eukaryota,Dinoflagellate,Dinophyceae,Gonyaulacales,harmful algae,toxic,dinoflagellate
Pyrodinium bahamenseVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network49 views2 downloads (Details)Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia. Add to lightbox
Mnemiopsis leidyi (Comb Jelly) Mnemiopsis leidyi is a species of tentaculate ctenophore originally native to the western Atlantic but is now invasive in the Black, Caspian, North and Baltic Seas symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Ctenophora,Tentaculata,Lobata,Bolinopsidae,warty comb jelly,sea walnut,Chesapeake
Mnemiopsis leidyi (Comb Jelly)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network22 views2 downloads (Details)Mnemiopsis leidyi is a species of tentaculate ctenophore originally native to the western Atlantic but is now invasive in the Black, Caspian, North and Baltic SeasAdd to lightbox
Hippocampus erectus (Lined Seahorse) The lined seahorse lives in the Atlantic Ocean as far north as Canada and as far south as the Caribbean, Mexico, and Venezuela. It swims in an erect position and uses its dorsal and pectoral fins for guidance while swimming. Lined seahorses feed mainly on minute crustaceans and brine shrimp, which they suck in through their snout.  symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Syngnathiformes,Syngnathidae,northern seahorse,spotted seahorse,fish,Chesapeake
Hippocampus erectus (Lined Seahorse)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network17 views3 downloads (Details)The lined seahorse lives in the Atlantic Ocean as far north as Canada and as far south as the Caribbean, Mexico, and Venezuela. It swims in an erect position and uses its dorsal and pectoral fins for guidance while swimming. Lined seahorses feed mainly on minute crustaceans and brine shrimp, which they suck in through their snout. Add to lightbox
Fishery Icon representing a fishery. symbol,vector,illustration,fishing,economy,revenue,seafood,industry,food,trade
FisheryVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network6 views2 downloads (Details)Icon representing a fishery.Add to lightbox
Flooding Icon representing coastal flooding. symbol,vector,illustration,flood,sea-level rise,impact,damage
FloodingVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network5 views3 downloads (Details)Icon representing coastal flooding.Add to lightbox
Shellfish Fishery Icon representing a shellfish fishery. symbol,vector,illustration,oyster,mussel,clam,mollusc,seafood,economy,revenue,industry,food,trade
Shellfish FisheryVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network6 views2 downloads (Details)Icon representing a shellfish fishery.Add to lightbox
Shrimp Fishery Icon representing a shrimp fishery. symbol,vector,illustration,economy,revenue,seafood,industry,food,trade
Shrimp FisheryVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network4 views2 downloads (Details)Icon representing a shrimp fishery.Add to lightbox
The natural resources and human activities of the Yucatan State Coast. At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This map diagram shows the approximate locations of the natural resources and human activities in this region.
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/ diagram; sea turtle; octopus; flamingo; mangrove; fishing; development; tourism; erosion; flooding; karst; septic; trash; groundwater; well; animal farm; factory; sisal; water quality; pollution; overfishing; salt extraction; red tide; habitat loss; hurri
The natural resources and human activities of the Yucatan State Coast.Raster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network4 views0 downloads (Details)At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This map diagram shows the approximate locations of the natural resources and human activities in this region.
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/
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A preliminary qualitative assessment of ecosystem health of the Yucatan coast At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This map diagram reflects the three possible ecosystem health indicators (biodiversity, habitat, and water) chosen by workshop participants and their preliminary qualitative assessment of the condition of those indicators.
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/ diagram,sea turtle,octopus,flamingo,bird,mangrove,fishing,water quality,development,tourism,erosion,flooding,karst,septic,trash,groundwater,well,animal farm,factory,sisal,report card
A preliminary qualitative assessment of ecosystem health of the Yucatan coastRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network3 views0 downloads (Details)At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This map diagram reflects the three possible ecosystem health indicators (biodiversity, habitat, and water) chosen by workshop participants and their preliminary qualitative assessment of the condition of those indicators.
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/
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The Yucatan State Coast of Mexico has an abundance of natural and economic benefits and yet faces challenges At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This diagram reflects the group consensus of the ecological values of and threats to this region. 
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/ diagram,sea turtle,octopus,flamingo,mangrove,fishing,development,tourism,erosion,flooding,karst,septic,trash,groundwater,well,animal farm,factory,sisal
The Yucatan State Coast of Mexico has an abundance of natural and economic benefits and yet faces challengesRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network2 views2 downloads (Details)At an Aug 2016 report card workshop in Sisal Mexico, scientists and representatives from the local government and private sector assembled to begin the process of developing an ecosystem health assessment of the Yucatan State coastline. This diagram reflects the group consensus of the ecological values of and threats to this region.
Diagram from "'Yucatan State Coast" brochure.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/543/yucatan_state_coast_2016-10-23/
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Potential shifts in seasonality in the Northeast and Midwest resulting from climate change The landscapes of the Northeast and Midwest depend on abundant and relatively predictable seasonal water regimes. Human uses of water compete with environmental flows for aquatic species, especially during drought periods. Climate change is predicted to increase temperatures and precipitation variability in the Northeast United States, causing shifts in seasonality. Diagram from Ecological drought in the Northeast United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/540/ecological_drought_in_the_northeast_united_states_2016-09-28/ diagram,climate change,northeast,midwest,amherst,spring flows,snow,snowmelt,spring,summer,fall,winter,growing season,massachusetts,maine,new york,vermont,connecticut,minnesota,michigan,ohio
Potential shifts in seasonality in the Northeast and Midwest resulting from climate changeRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration and Application Network23 views0 downloads (Details)The landscapes of the Northeast and Midwest depend on abundant and relatively predictable seasonal water regimes. Human uses of water compete with environmental flows for aquatic species, especially during drought periods. Climate change is predicted to increase temperatures and precipitation variability in the Northeast United States, causing shifts in seasonality. Diagram from Ecological drought in the Northeast United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/540/ecological_drought_in_the_northeast_united_states_2016-09-28/Add to lightbox

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