Adaptive Management

Reports

Murray, C., C. Smith and D. Marmorek. 2011. Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program Adaptive Management Plan Version 1. Prepared by ESSA Technologies Ltd. (Vancouver, BC) and Headwaters Corporation (Kearney, NE) for the Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program, Albuquerque, NM. 108 pp.

Murray, C. and M. Nelitz. 2008. Review of Diavik and EKATI Adaptive Management Plans. Prepared by ESSA Technologies Ltd., Vancouver BC, for Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Western Arctic Area, Central and Arctic Region, Yellowknife, NT. 23 pp.

Marmorek, D.R., D.C.E. Robinson, C. Murray and L. Greig. 2006. Enabling Adaptive Forest Management – Final Report. Prepared for the National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry by ESSA Technologies Ltd., Vancouver, BC. 94 pp.

Presentations

Marmorek, D.R. 2011. Rigorous Adaptive Management Approaches to Benefit Fish Populations and Aquatic Ecosystems – Putting the M&E back into Adaptive ManageM&Ent. American Fisheries Society Adaptive Management Symposium, Seattle Washington, Sept 6, 2011. (Opening address by Symposium organizer and moderator.)

Murray, C., D.R. Marmorek and C. Smith. 2011. Developing an AM Plan to assist in the recovery of two ESA-listed species in the Middle Rio Grande. American Fisheries Society Adaptive Management Symposium, Seattle Washington, Sept 6, 2011.

Hyatt, K. and C. Alexander. 2011. Adaptive Management in real time: Fish-Water Management Tool applied to Okanagan sockeye. American Fisheries Society Adaptive Management Symposium, Seattle Washington, Sept 6, 2011.

Bussanich, R. and C. Alexander. 2011. Okanagan sockeye re-introduction to Skaha Lake: progress 7 years into an AM experiment. American Fisheries Society Adaptive Management Symposium, Seattle Washington, Sept 6, 2011.

Marmorek, D.R., L. Greig, C. Murray and D. Robinson. 2011. What determines whether or not adaptive management programs affect management and policy decisions? National Ecosystem Restoration Conference (NCER) – Baltimore Maryland; Aug 1-5, 2011.

Murray, C. and D.R. Marmorek. 2004. Adaptive Management: A science-based approach to managing ecosystems in the face of uncertainty. In: Munro, N.W.P., T.B. Herman, K. Beazley and P. Dearden (eds.). Making ecosystem-based management work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association. Chapter 8, Ecosystem Based Management (Terrestrial), Paper #9. Available on CD or from: www.sampaa.org/

Murray, C. and D.R. Marmorek. 2004. Adaptive Management: A spoonful of rigour helps the uncertainty go down. In: Proceedings of the 16th Annual Society for Ecological Restoration Conference, Victoria, BC, August 24-26, 2004. Currently available on CD; available soon from: www.serbc.info/public/ser_seminar

Publications

Alexander, C.A.D., C.N. Peters, D.R. Marmorek and P. Higgins. 2006. A decision analysis of flow management experiments for Columbia River mountain whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) management. Can. J. Fish Aquat. Sci. 63: 1142–1156.

Murray, C. and D.R. Marmorek. 2003. Adaptive Management and Ecological Restoration. In: P. Friederici (ed.). Ecological Restoration of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests. Ecological Restoration Institute, Flagstaff, AZ. pp. 417-428.