Projects for Jamie Currie

Healthy Waterways - The story of an amazing journey

2018-05-01 — 2019-05-01

Southeast Queensland, Australia is a fast growing region. Rising populations have led to increased stresses on the region's rivers and coastal waters. However, there has historically been a lack of a shared vision on how to reconcile the needs of the region's population with the needs of the region's environment. In order to develop this shared vision, we used broad engagement, equitable partnerships and trusted science.

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Chesapeake Bay Report Card Expansion

2018-01-01 — 2021-09-30

Incorporating novel indicators into the Chesapeake Bay Report Card. Make key improvements to the Chesapeake Bay Report Card, which has served since 2006 as the definitive source for ecosystem health status in the Bay and tidal tributaries.

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Texas Coast Ecosystem Health Report Card

2016-01-01 — 2019-05-15

IAN staff and HRI scientists collaborated in a series of workshops in 2016 and 2018 to produce the 2019 Texas Coast Ecosystem Health Report Card. Assessing the health of the Gulf of Mexico is a complex and extensive undertaking, requiring the development of an integrated assessment/management framework and a diversity of data sets.

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HPL & NSF Coastal SEES: OysterFutures

2015-01-01 — 2019-01-01

The goal of OysterFutures is to develop recommendations for oyster policies and management that meet the needs of industry, citizen, and government stakeholders in the Choptank and Little Choptank Rivers. Cover photo by Chesapeake Bay Program/Willl Parson.

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Environmental Science Films

2009-06-01 —

We strive to inspire future scientists and increase awareness about environmental issues. We believe that new media is a integral part of achieving these goals. Therefore, we have launched an IAN/EcoCheck channel on YouTube. This channel hosts environmental science videos created by UMCES faculty, staff, and students.

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