New ideas on how the social sciences could change the way we do ocean conservation and management – and already are
Science is crucial to ecosystem-based management - but what science is most crucial?
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners and Managers
EBM Toolbox: Calling all MSP tool developers! How MSP tools are being used around the world and remaining gaps in tool functionality
From the Archives: Tools and resources for measuring blue carbon (MEAM May 2016, Issue 9:7)
Incorporating cultural values into ocean planning and management: New tools and trends
Consideration of cultural values shapes ecosystem-based management in the Mediterranean
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners, Part I
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners, Part II: High Seas/Deep Sea
EBM Toolbox: Avoiding tipping points for ocean ecosystems
Can optimism help your ocean conservation and management work?
Can pessimism have a positive impact? Interview with Rowan Jacobsen about the recent obituary of the Great Barrier Reef
Tundi’s Take: In Praise of Pessimism
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners
Need to get up to speed quickly on a marine conservation or management topic? Check out the new Top Lists!
How much data is enough? Scoping your ocean and coastal data collection so you can move on to next steps
An ocean data portal in action: An interview with Nick Napoli about how the Northeast Ocean Data portal is being used
Dispatches from the Field: How long will the Eastern Tropical Pacific be brimming with life?
Offshore Energy: The Challenge of Planning and Managing It in an Ecosystem-Based Way (MEAM June-July 2010, Issue 3:6)
From the Editor: Making MEAM more global
Marine Spatial Planning ten years later: A conversation with Charles “Bud” Ehler
Food for thought: Conservation “leakage” and potential impacts of Trump’s trade policies on marine conservation
Tundi’s Take: Could complex institutional frameworks and regulations actually inhibit EBM?
EBM Toolbox: A new, short, and free primer on modern ocean management
New technologies for improving ocean management and ecosystem health
Tundi’s Take: Can the private sector rescue the oceans?
The offshore wind energy leasing process should adhere to the cooperative, transparent principles of the new US regional ocean plans: Interview with Anne Hawkins of Kelley Drye
From the Archives: Maximizing the Value of Offshore Space by Co-Locating Aquaculture and Wind Farms (MEAM December 2012 - January 2013, Issue 6:3)
The UN Sustainable Development Goals and you: A short synopsis for ocean planners and managers
Dispatches from the Field: Lessons from Peru - Innovative EBM in the Andes
The EBM Toolbox: New ways to monitor large marine areas
From the Archives: Managing the Costs and Benefits of Multinational Conservation (MEAM February-March 2010, Issue 3:4)
From the Editor: How to pay for marine conservation and management
Turning science into actions: What scientists can do to inform marine resource management
Perspective: The US National Ocean Policy in the Trump Era
Tundi’s Take: Monitoring for Thinking and Acting Globally
The EBM Toolbox: Methods for assessing marine ecosystem status
From the Archives: Getting around ideology - When facts divide more than unite (MEAM February-March 2015, Issue 8:3)
From the Editor: How do recent events affect your work?
Addressing long-term problems with short-term budgets and mandates: What’s a practitioner to do?
Influence of shifting governance on ocean conservation and management: Perspectives from our readers
Tundi’s Take: Time considered: When the time frame of the achievable does not match the time frame of the desirable
From Our Readers
From the Archives: MEAM Debate on Mixing Science with Advocacy: What Are the Risks and Responsibilities When Scientists Advocate for Particular Resource Management Policies? (MEAM December 2010-January 2011, Issue 4:3)