Mon, 5 February 2018
SUFB 429: All MPA Stakeholders Need to be Included, Ocean Science Comm Rant and Aquaculture Spill Follow Up
I'm back from my Mexico trip with the family and I can't wait for you to hear today's episode. In this episode, I talk about the results of the first 5 years of 83 marine reserves in Southern Australia and their status and why adaptive management plays such an important role with stakeholders (the abalone fisher group in particular). I also give a bit of a rant on how we can communicate Marine Science and Conservation stories better based on a couple o books I read on social media marketing. Finally, I follow up on a story about an aquaculture company who got in big trouble in Puget Sound for allowing Atlantic Salmon to escape their nets and invade the Pacific Ocean (it turns out it was their fault after all!!!).
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Direct download: SUFB_S429_MPAStakeholders_OceanScienceCommunication_AtlanticSalmonEscapeFollowUpStory.mp3
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