Scoping data collection for ocean public processes
Latest MEAM Articles
How the Northeast Ocean Data Portal is being used
Ocean management in the Eastern Tropical Pacific
Latest news and resources for ocean planners
Integrating offshore oil and gas production into EBM
Welcome to the May 2017 issue of MEAM (Marine Ecosystems and Management).
It is spring here in Washington, DC, and it seems like an appropriate time to take stock of where MEAM is right now and how we would like to improve and grow the newsletter to serve our multiple constituencies. An area that is of particular interest to us is increasing our geographic range – of topics, interviewees, perspectives, and readers. The map below shows the distribution of MEAM readers at present (according to Google Analytics).
In short, since MEAM became a fully online publication in September 2015, we have welcomed 11,346 unique users for 22,823 sessions. Roughly 45% of sessions were initiated from the US, 19% from Europe, 13% from North and Central America (other than the US), 7% each from Oceania and Asia, 5% from South America, and 4% from Africa.
State of MSP ten years after first big Paris conference
Global conservation impacts of US seafood consumption
Could EU directives be inhibiting EBM?
New primer on ocean management