The Center for Ocean Solutions works to solve major problems facing the ocean and prepares leaders to take on these challenges. The Center is a collaboration between Stanford University's Woods Institute for the Environment and Hopkins Marine Station, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. With a focus on coastal and ocean ecosystems in the natural, physical, and social sciences, the Center draws from a pool of more than 80 scholars across three institutions and collaborates with other academic, governmental and non-governmental organizations to tackle interdisciplinary problems. This reference guide was developed in 2010 by the Center's Ecosystem Health Initiative staff, including Matt Armsby, Mike Fox, Erin Prahler, and Melissa Foley.
In addition to the list below, you may download this guide in PDF format.
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Law review articles
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Eagle, J., Sanchirico, J. and Thompson Jr., B. H. (2008). Ocean Zoning and Spatial Access Privileges: Rewriting the Tragedy of the Regulated Ocean. N.Y.U. Environmental Law Journal, 17, 646-668.
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Salcido, R. (2008). Offshore Federalism and Ocean Industrialization, Tulane Law Review, 82, 1355-1445.
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Duke Law and Policy Forum, Spring 2006 — Ocean Ecosystem Management: Challenges and Opportunities for Regional Ocean Governance
Baird, B. E., and Mace, A. J., Regional Ocean Governance: A Look at California. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 217-226.
Christie, D. R. (2006). An Ecosystem Approach to Ocean Management: An Assessment of Regional Ocean Governance Models. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 117-142.
Eagle, J. (2006). Regional Ocean Governance: the Perils of Multiple Use Management and the Promise of Agency Diversity. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 143-178.
Fletcher, K. M., Regional Ocean Governance: The Role of the Public Trust Doctrine. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 187-204.
Hanna, S. S. (2006). Implementing Effective Regional Ocean Governance: Perspectives from Economics. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 205-216.
Hershman, M. J. and Russell, C. W. Regional Ocean Governance in the United States: Concept and Realty. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 227-266.
Nugent, I. and Cantral., L. (2006). Charting a Course toward Ecosystem-Based Management in the Gulf of Mexico. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 16, 267-292.
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Examples of legal and policy materials
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, Act No. 91 of 1999, as amended (2010).
Australia, Department of the Environment and Heritage (2006). A Guide to the Integrated Marine and Coastal Bioregionalisation of Australia (IMCRA 4.0).
Oceans Act 1996, S.C. 1996, c. 31.
Government of Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (2002). Policy and Operational Framework for Integrated Management of Estuarine, Coastal and Marine Environments in Canada.
European Commission, Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions, An Integrated Maritime Policy for the European Union, COM(2007) 575 final (Oct. 10, 2007).
European Commission, Communication from the Commission, Roadmap for Maritime Spatial Planning: Achieving Common Principles in the EU, COM(2008) 791 final (Nov. 25, 2008).
Marine (Scotland) Act 2010 (2010 A.S.P. 5).
United States - Federal
Executive Order No. 13158, Marine Protected Areas (May 26, 2000), 65 Fed. Reg. 34,909 (May 31, 2000).
Executive Order No. 13547, Stewardship of the Ocean, Our Coasts, and the Great Lakes (July 19, 2010), 75 Fed. Reg. 43,023 (July 22, 2010).
The White House Council on Environmental Quality (2009). Interim Report of the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality (2009). Interim Framework for Effective Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality (2010). Final Recommendations of the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force.
United States – State-level
California Marine Life Protection Act, Cal. Stats. 1999, c. 1015 (1999), Cal. Fish and Game Code § 2850 et seq (Westlaw 2009).
Massachusetts Oceans Act of 2008, c. 114 of the Acts of 2008, M.G.L. 21A § 4C (Westlaw 2009).
Oregon Ocean Resources Management Act, Laws 1991, c. 501, ORS 196.405 – 196.515 (Westlaw 2009)
Washington Marine Waters Planning and Management Act, c. 145, Laws of 2010.
Examples of plans and planning documents
Australia, Heap. A. D., et al., (2005). Benthic Marine Bioregionalisation of Australia’s Exclusive Economic Zone: A Report to the National Oceans Office on the Development of a National Benthic Marine Bioregionalisation in support of Regional Marine Planning. Commonwealth of Australia, Geoscience Australia.
Australia, McDonald, D., et al. (2005). Pelagic Regionalisation: National Marine Bioregionalisation Integration Project. Department of the Environment and Heritage and CSIRO.
Australia, Great Barrier Marine Park Authority (2004). Great Barrier Marine Park Zoning Plan 2003.
Belgium, Belgium Science Policy, GAUFRE (2005). A Flood of Space: Towards a Spatial Structure Plan for Sustainable Management of the North Sea.
Canada, Beaufort Sea Partnership (2009). The Beaufort Sea Integrated Ocean Management Planning Atlas.
Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (2007). Eastern Scotian Shelf Integrated Ocean Management Plan, Strategic Plan.
Ecuador, Servicio Parque Nacional Galapágos (1998). Management Plan for Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
Germany, Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs (2009). Guidelines for a “Maritime Development Plan” within the context of an integrated German maritime policy.
Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) (2007). Baltic Sea Action Plan.
Netherlands, Interdepartmental Directors Consultative Committee North Sea (2005). The Integrated Management Plan for the North Sea 2015.
New Zealand, Ministry of Fisheries and Department of Conservation (2006). Marine Protected Areas: Policy and Implementation Plan.
New Zealand, Ministry of Fisheries and Department of Conservation (2008). Marine Protected Areas: Classification, Protection Standard and Implementation Guidelines.
Norway, Royal Norwegian Ministry of the Environment (2006). Integrated Management of the Marine Environment of the Barents Sea and the Sea Areas off the Lofoten Islands.
Tyldesley, D. (2004). Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Framework for the Irish Sea Pilot Project.
United Kingdom, Joint Nature Conservation Committee (2004). The Irish Sea Pilot: Report to Defra by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee.
United Kingdom, Department of Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs (July 2010). Consultation on a marine planning system in England.
United States, California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Life Protection Act Initiative (2008). California Marine Life Protection Act: Master Plan for Marine Protected Areas.
United States, Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (2009). Final Massachusetts Ocean Plan, vol. 1.
United States, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Sanctuaries Program (2007). Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Revised Management Plan.
White papers and book chapters
Blaesbjerg, M., Sorensen, T. K., and Vestergaard, O. (2009). Marine Spatial Planning in the Nordic Region: Principles, Perspectives and Opportunities. Norden.
Breeze H. (2004). Review of Criteria for Selecting Ecologically Significant Areas of the Scotian Shelf and Slope: A Discussion Paper. In: Canada FaO (ed) Ocean and Coastal Management Report. Maris Consulting, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Cairns C., Armsby M., Hoffman C., Wood M. (2009) Collaborative Geospatial Information and Tools for California Coastal and Ocean Managers. Center for Ocean Solutions, NOAA Coastal Services Center, California Ocean Protection Council, California Ocean Science Trust, Palo Alto, CA.
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership (2009). Science Requirements for Marine Spatial Planning.
Courtney, F. and Wiggin, J. (2003). Ocean Zoning for the Gulf of Maine: A background paper. Gulf of Maine Council for the Marine Environment.
Day, J. (2002). Marine park management and monitoring: lessons for adaptive management from the Great Barrier Reef. Managing Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, May 14-19, 2000 (Eds. S. Bondrup-Nielsen, et al.), 1258-1282.
Diamond, J., Schemp, A., Mengerink, K., and Austin, J. (2009). Marine Spatial Planning in U.S. Waters: An Assessment and Analysis of Existing Legal Mechanisms, Anticipated Barriers, and Future Opportunities. Environmental Law Institute and Ocean Conservancy.
Douvere, F. and Ehler, C. (2007). International workshop on marine spatial planning, UNESCO, Paris, 8-10 November 2006: A summary. Marine Policy, 31(4), 582-583.
Douvere, F., and Ehler, C. N. (2007). The need for a common vocabulary for marine spatial planning in ecosystem-based marine management. Paper prepared for the ENCORA Network.
Eastern Research Group and NOAA Coastal Services Center (2010). Marine Spatial Planning Stakeholder Analysis.
Ehler, C. and Douvere, F. (2007). Visions for a Sea Change: Report of the First International Workshop on Marine Spatial Planning. Man and the Biosphere Programme, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO. IOC Manual and Guides No. 48, IOCAM Dossier No. 4. Paris.
Ehler, C. and Douvere, F. (2009). Marine spatial planning: A step-by-step approach toward ecosystem-based management. Man and the Biosphere Programme, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO. IOC Manual and Guides No. 53, IOCAM Dossier No. 6. Paris.
Gopnik, M. (2008). Integrated Marine Spatial Planning in U.S. Waters: The Path Forward. Paper prepared for the Marine Conservation Initiative of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (2002). Biophysical operational principles as recommended by the scientific steering committee for the Representative Areas Program.
Gubbay, S. (2005). Marine Protected Areas and Zoning in a System of Marine Spatial Planning. World Wildlife Federation, United Kingdom.
Holliday, M. C. and Gautam, A. B., eds. (2005). Developing Regional Marine Ecosystem Approaches to Management. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/SPO-77.
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Mengerink, K. and Armsby, M. (2010). Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning: Legal Considerations. Environmental Law Institute and the Center for Ocean Solutions.
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Prepared by Matthew Armsby, Center for Ocean Solutions, and Mike Fox, Center for Ocean Solutions and Moss Landing Marine Lab.
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