International Fisheries and Climate Variability
International Fisheries and Climate Variability research in ISSE, led by scientist Dr. Kathleen Miller, encompasses three separate projects that look at the impacts of climate variability on fish abundance and distribution and the implications of that variability for efforts to maintain effective cooperative international fisheries management. For more information about International Fisheries and Climate Variability research in ISSE, or about individual projects, please contact Dr. Miller at kathleen@ucar.edu.
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Climate Variability
and Pacific Salmon

This project describes the evolution of the institutional framework for U.S./Canadian cooperation on Pacific salmon management.
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Climate Variability and Pacific Salmon
 
Climatic Regime Shifts and Cooperative Fishery Management
This project focuses on the general problems posed by climatic regime shifts for international fisheries management.
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Climatic Regime Shifts and Cooperative Fishery Management
 
Climate Variability: Implications for Tuna Management
This project addresses the question of achieving stable management of multinational marine fisheries in an unstable climatic environment.
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Climate Variability: Implications for Tuna Management
 
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