Title: SEA: Program Management
Project Year and Number: 1994: 94320-P
Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: None
Principal Investigator (PI): David Scheel, Prince William Sound Science Center
Assisting Personnel: None
Research Location: PWS/KAP
Restoration Category: Research
Abstract: The Sound Ecosystem Assessment (SEA) program is a multi-disciplinary effort to acquire an ecosystem-level understanding of the marine and freshwater processes that interact to constrain levels of fish, marine bird, and marine mammal production in Prince William Sound (PWS). This component of the SEA program, SEA PLAN, is to establish clear communications between SEA projects and related work plans, and to update plans to keep SEA an integrated part of the total EVOS related research effort. Scientific planning for SEA PLAN will utilize initial program results collated by another SEA program component, SEA DATA. Planning will involve the active participation of SEA lead scientists and open communication with the public and the Trustee Council process to ensure that developments and project direction are well integrated with other EVOS-related research. SEA PLAN will use meetings, memos, maps, and reports to distribute information, and will coordinate communication between the PWS Fisheries Ecosystem Research Planning Group, the public, SEA scientists, agencies, and the EVOS Trustee Council.
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Funding Detail For: 1994
Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1994
Annual Report: 1994: Not Available
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Publications from this Project: None Available