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From Douglas fir to Dungeness crab: Land use change and ecosystem services in Hood Canal, WA J. Toft, M. Marsik , G. Spiridonov , D. Sutherland, PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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From Douglas fir to Dungeness crab: Land use change and ecosystem services in Hood Canal, WA J. Toft, M. Marsik , G. Spiridonov , D. Sutherland, J. Burke, M. Carey, A . Guerry , P. Levin, M . Plummer, M. Ruckelshaus.

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  • From Douglas fir to Dungeness crab: Land use change and ecosystem services in Hood Canal, WA

  • J. Toft, M. Marsik, G. Spiridonov, D. Sutherland,

  • J. Burke, M. Carey, A. Guerry, P. Levin,

  • M. Plummer, M. Ruckelshaus


When do land-based activities affect the success of marine resource management?


freshwater

water quality

Simple models for application in the 3 systems?

oysters

crab and fish


The InVEST Tool

Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Tradeoffs


  • Water Yield and Scarcity

  • Reservoir Hydropower Production

  • Freshwater Purification: Nutrient Retention

  • Sediment Retention

  • Avoided dredging and water quality regulation

  • Managed Timber Production

  • Crop Pollination

  • Renewable energy: waves

  • Coastal Vulnerability & Protection

  • Aquaculture: finfish & shellfish

  • Aesthetic quality

  • Fisheries

  • Recreation

  • Habitat risk assessment

  • Marine water quality

  • http://www.naturalcapitalproject.org/


freshwater


Water Yield Model


Annual Values:

Precipitation

Potential

Evapotranspiration

Snapshot:

Land Cover

Available Water Content

Soil Depth

Topography

Watersheds

Sub-Watersheds

2006

LU Tables:

Rooting Depth

Plant ET

coefficient

Water Demand

Average Annual

Discharge Compared

To USGS and WADOE gauge observations


Nutrient Model: Total Nitrogen and Phosphorus


water quality


Physical transport model


Physical transport model

ADM001 (DoE)

  • 2-Layer Box Model, 6 Regions

  • Based on Babson et al. (2006), but rewritten in MATLAB for more general use

  • 6 boxes in HC, 7 rivers

  • IC’s: from MoSSea

  • BC’s: from ADM001 DoE station

Hans (ORCA)

6

Big Quilcene

Little Quilcene

4

Dosewallips

5

Duckabush

Big Beef

Creek

Hamma

Hamma

3

2

1

Skokomish


Biogeochemical Cycling

NPZDO modeling: Oxygen is added in proportional to

nutrient uptake (Banas et al. 2009)

or see: http://faculty.washington.edu/banasn/models/lynch/


Pacificoysters


Pacific Oyster Production Model

$: Commercial and Recreational


Dungeness crab


Inputs

Spatial structure of the population

Outputs

Fisheries

Catch, harvest rates/strategies

Numbers of crab harvested

Life history details

Age-structure, survival rates, fecundity, spawner/recruit, immigration rates

Commercial and Recreational Value of harvest

Economics

Price-per-pound, fixed & variable costs


freshwater

water quality

Pacificoysters

Dungeness crab


  • Eastern oysters

  • Blue crab

  • Striped bass

  • Pacific oysters

  • Dungeness crab

  • Pacific salmon (sps TBD)

  • Eastern oysters

  • Blue crab

  • Red drum


Uptake?


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