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The Evolution of the Blue Revolution

Recent Presentation

July 2017: The 63rd Conference of The Institute on Religion in an Age of Science and Parliament of the World's Religions
on The Wicked Problem of Climate Change: What is it doing to us and for us?”,  Star Island, NH, USA

Recent Publications

St. Gelais, A.T., C. Aeppli, C. Burnell, and B.A. Costa-Pierce. 2017. Non-dioxin like polychlorinated biphenyl indicator congeners in Northwest Atlantic spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias). Marine Pollution Bulletin 120: 414-421.

Costa-Pierce, B.A. and R. Langan. 2017. The global imperative to develop new models of open ocean aquaculture for accelerating large-scale food and energy production. In: B.H. Buck  and R. Langan (eds.) Aquaculture Perspective of Multi-Use Sites in the Open Ocean. The Untapped Potential for Marine Resources in the Anthropocene. Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland

Costa-Pierce, B.A.  2016. Ocean foods ecosystems for planetary survival in the Anthropocene, p. 301-320. In: E.M. Binder (ed.)  World Nutrition Forum: Driving the Protein Economy . Erber AG, Austria. 368pp.

St. Gelais, A.T. and B.A. Costa-Pierce. 2016. Mercury concentrations in Northwest Atlantic winter-caught, male spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias): A geographic mercury comparison and risk-reward framework for human consumption. Marine Pollution Bulletin 102: 199–205.

Needles, L. & 15 co-authors. 2015. Managing bay and estuarine ecosystems for multiple services. Estuaries and Coasts 38 (Supplement 1): 35-48.

Filgueira, R. & 16 co-authors. 2015. An integrated ecosystem approach for assessing the potential role of cultivated bivalve shells as part of the carbon trading system. Marine Ecology Progress Series 518: 281–287.

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