PROTECTION ACT INITIATIVE
SCIENCE ADVISORY TEAM (SAT)
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Monday, September 25, 2006
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
, Alquist Auditorium
Discussion of the MLPA Initiative Master Plan Science
Advisory Team Process: What worked and what didnít?
Discussion of spatial data and other data that are
needed for the next study region (regardless of location) and unique or critical
habitats that exist in regions to the north and south.
Discussion of ways to improve socioeconomic data and
data collection efforts for both consumptive and non-consumptive uses: Wilen and
other reviews of Ecotrust work
Discussion of analytical tools and evaluation
streamlining for future regions: What is a Calzone?
Welcome, review of agenda, and recent updates
Ugoretz, Nearshore Ecosystem Coordinator, California Department of Fish
and Game (DFG)
J. Kirlin, Executive Director, MLPA Initiative
Review of the SAT process: What
worked, what didnít, and what would you change?
SAT Discussion. Please be prepared to provide specific examples
to improve efforts in upcoming processes
Spatial and other data for the next study
region - Mary Gleason,
spatial data layers are critical to planning and evaluation; which
layers were of primary benefit in the central coast?
data (spatial or not) are necessary for planning and evaluation?
unique or critical habitats exist in other regions?
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members and staff onsite
Socioeconomic data collection and analysis - Astrid
be done in preparation for the next study region?
the long-term goal for best available data?
discussion of outside review of data collection efforts
Use of models for population sustainability and review of
Botsford, Steve Gaines, Astrid Scholz
What is a
Calzone and how will it help beyond lunch?
Streamlining and automating the analyses of MPA proposals - SAT
evaluation sub-team, Mary Gleason, Paulo Serpa, Will McClintock
a clear outline of next steps
and upcoming meetings/time lines
comment will be limited to time available at the discretion of the