Overseeing through Associations Lynne Zeitlin Robust Executive, Marine Activity September, 2003.

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Overseeing through Organizations Lynne Zeitlin Sound Executive, Marine Activity September, 2003. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY. lands. "To safeguard the plants, creatures and common groups that speak to the protecting so as to differ qualities of life on earth the terrains and waters they have to survive.".
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Overseeing through Partnerships Lynne Zeitlin Hale Director, Marine Initiative September, 2003

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THE NATURE CONSERVANCY terrains "To safeguard the plants, creatures and regular groups that speak to the assorted qualities of life on earth by ensuring the terrains and waters they have to survive."

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A developing marine responsibility 60 45 30 15 2000 1990 1995 2003 :100+ locales in every single beach front state 25 seaside nations

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Marine Conservation How we work State and Country programs On the ground/in the water protection Coastal/marine center shifts Global Marine Initiative 1 of 5 Organizational Priorities Strategic authority Innovation Increased effect on strategy on preservation

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Marine Conservation Focus territories Seas to Summit Conservation Critical ecosytem protection Focus ashore/ocean/sea cooperations MPAs settled inside bigger "discussion" Multi-site protection methodologies Expansion of the protection "toolbox" Conservation in connection of worldwide change Coral reef preservation that keeps going Resilience of different frameworks (e.g. swamps) US International Leadership Implementation of WSSD Oceans and Coasts motivation

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Seas to Summit Ecoregional appraisals… a building square Identify preservation targets- - biological communities & spp. Gather the accessible data on targets Set protection objectives Develop "strawman" set of need destinations utilizing a store choice project Evaluate these numerical results in workshops and meetings with researchers & directors Finalize the arrangement of locales into an ecoregional arrangement

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MARINE ECOREGIONAL PLANNING in the Northwest Division Zach A. Ferdaña, The Nature Conservancy Curtis D. Leather treater, U.S. Fish &Wildlife Service Michael W. Beck, Ph.D., The Nature Conservancy Paul Dye, The Nature Conservancy

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Lead Participants in Ecoregional Assessment U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Washington Department of Natural Resources Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Oregon Natural Heritage Program Conservation Data Center of British Columbia Bureau of Land Management People for Puget Sound University of Washington BC Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management Nature Conservancy of Canada The Nature Conservancy of Washington The Nature Conservancy of Oregon

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Seas to Summit Conservation W-P-F Ecoregional appraisal results New Relationships conventional association with Washington DNR & DFW developed aggressive association with People for Puget Sound transformed into a strong organization on nearshore rebuilding scale and extension brought new connections concerning salmon protection New Approaches Integrated area/waterfront/marine protection locales Built organizations for execution Goal usage through various instruments TNC portfolio site choice State fish and untamed life environment need arranges State assignment of marine stores and amphibian stores Status reports and recuperation gets ready for types of concern Leasing and administration of state submerged terrains

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Seas to Summit Conservation Ecoregional Assessments Basis for new organizations Common data base (what is essential/where it is) Process for advancement of shared objectives (or ramifications of various objectives) One building obstruct for sea arranging/zoning Help illuminate extra information needs Marine Ecoregional Assessments finished/in progress

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Conservation toolbox Innovation in Implementation Estuary/watershed/Nursery center Demonstration destinations Methodology improvement Innovative Tools Leasing/responsibility for grounds Restoration Photo subtitle, ©photographer

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Innovation Conservation of submerged grounds not at present on the motivation Private substances (counting TNC) have chances to rent/own submerged area Can be joined adequately with reclamation however more extensive take a gander at use vital Ownership/lease hold expands "stake" in entire biological system Photo inscription, ©photographer

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Bay Bottom Ownership Blue Points in Great South Bay Restoration of Great South Bay: Preservation and reclamation exercises could have biological community wide advantages Develop a multi-use arrangement for safeguarding, reclamation and use Co-administration

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TNC SUNY Stony Brook Town of Brookhaven Town of Islip Cornell Coop. Ext. Suffolk County NY Sea Grant NYS DEC NYS DOS SSER FINS Baymen Bluepoints Co. Ecological Defense Bluepoints Bottomlands Council Members

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Historical information accumulation, GIS mapping & Analysis Eelgrass mapping (DOS) Benthic mapping (DEC) Research & Monitoring of reclamation, security and use exercises Eelgrass rebuilding and safeguarding Hard mollusk and scallop reclamation & spawner asylums Small-scale, enviro-accommodating aquaculture Public harvest of wild assets Bluepoints Projects Applied Research Restoration, assurance & use Potential to wind up a MARINE ZONING MODEL for estuaries all through the United States

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Innovation Restoration Necessary to accomplish preservation targets New vision past "bucks and sections of land" to reestablished biological community work A proactive, organization approach that yields substantial results NOAA photograph library

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TNC/NOAA Community-Based Restoration Program: Year 1 in blue - Year 2 in red - Year 3 Proposals in green

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Seas to Summit Conservation Anticipated steady OPC suggestions Better coordination among government, state, and nearby offices to exploit their different powers and abilities. New models for government activity that enable state and nearby organizations to lead the pack. Extended parts and duties regarding non-legislative associations and private business intrigues Coastal/Marine arranging and execution at a local scale to address different issues at the same time. A shift far from single species administration toward incorporated, biological community based administration of marine assets.

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Potential Early Implementation Actions Support for marine and beach front environment reclamation at seascape scale Revitalize, coordinate, give sufficient subsidizing to existing sea and seaside programs Demonstrate that Ecosystem (Seas to Summit) protection is handy and compelling Support, catalyze advancement in preservation procedures Support the science and instruments for versatile administration, learning and scattering of fruitful techniques Provide motivators for reinforced organizations (national, state, nearby - Governmental/non-legislative)

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Coral Reef Conservation TNC objectives . Grow the region of coral reefs and related natural surroundings under insurance; Build flexibility into MPA choice, outline, and administration; Establish commonly recharging, agent MPA systems; Strengthen the administration adequacy and budgetary manageability of MPAs Caribbean, Pacific (eastern and western), Southeast Asia

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Coral Reef Conservation Potential Early Implementation Actions Increased backing of US Coral Reef Task Force Action Plan execution - Local Action Strategies -Climate change and coral reefs (versatility) -Capacity building Strengthened science and observing projects Increased backing for MPAs and MPA Networks Strengthened connections between MPA Management and Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management Building versatility into coral reef protection USCRTF is one successful model for an organization/environment approach

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How can TNC be a useful accomplice in catalyzing activity ? State Level State TNC groups work with Governors\' workplaces on remarks Contribute to distinguishing potential exhibition ventures; recognize subsidizing open doors Contribute to creating limit, venture execution National Level Work with National Governors Association; Coastal States Organization; different NGOS on remarks Work with both the Administration and Congress on both a solid, positive, early activities and also long haul procedure

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