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Building Coherence, Prioritization, and Goal Setting into Oyster Restoration Planning in Rhode Island. Bryan DeAngelis, Dale Leavit, Marta Gómez‐Chiarri , Naji Lazar, Justin Tuthill. The Story of Oyster Restoration Since Early 2000’s. The Story of Oyster Restoration Since Early 2000’s.

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building coherence prioritization and goal setting into oyster restoration planning in rhode island

Building Coherence, Prioritization, and Goal Setting into Oyster Restoration Planning in Rhode Island

Bryan DeAngelis, Dale Leavit, Marta Gómez‐Chiarri, Naji Lazar, Justin Tuthill

but reality confounds wheel
But “Reality” Confounds Wheel

MULTIPLE PARTNERS

DIFFERENT AREAS OF INTEREST

DIFFERENT FUNDING SOURCES

MULTIPLE AGENCIES

despite difficult issues this is where we re at
Despite Difficult Issues, This is Where We’re At:

And getting better at this

We are pretty good at this!

But have some work to do with these others!

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So then….how to build coherence, prioritization, and goal setting into oyster restoration planning in Rhode Island?Five first steps….
i shellfish restoration technical working group
I. Shellfish Restoration Technical Working Group
  • Provides framework for coordination and communication, prioritization and goal setting
  • Multiple group representation
  • Form ‘break-out groups’
  • Act as centralized body commenting on RI shellfish restoration = FACILITATES COMMUNICATION

JAM

ii developing a systematic monitoring protocol
II. Developing a systematic monitoring protocol
  • Monitoring is primary mechanism for understanding restoration project effectiveness
  • Thus, monitoring is a key activity for ensuring science-based management
  • Systematic —we should be monitoring similar parameters with comparable methods across projects

Photo credit: Tristan Peter -Contesse.

iii integrated monitoring the oyster database
III. Integrated Monitoring: The Oyster Database
  • Coordinated data manage and storage abilities
  • Standardized data management
  • Data analyses
  • Explicit mechanisms

for analyses to inform

priorities and project

implementation

  • Dissemination of

results

iv shellfish bio security advisory board
IV. Shellfish Bio-security Advisory Board
  • The CRMC BioSecurity Board is an advisory board to the Council concerning matters of aquatic diseases, genetically modified organisms, importation of non-indigenous species and other management issues necessary to protecting cultured and wild aquatic species.
v rhode island state shellfish restoration coordinator
V. Rhode Island State Shellfish Restoration Coordinator
  • Secured by RWU with help from RISA and Senator Reed through NOAA Restoration Center
  • “Work-horse” of the technical working group
  • Facilitate the coordination and communication between shellfish restoration projects throughout the state; e.g.:
    • project monitoring
    • disease sampling
    • regional analysis
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