Tracey Morin Dalton
Tracey Morin Dalton
Professor of Marine Affairs, University of Rhode Island
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Marine reserves as linked social–ecological systems
R Pollnac, P Christie, JE Cinner, T Dalton, TM Daw, GE Forrester, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18262-18265, 2010
Extent and frequency of vessel oil spills in US marine protected areas
T Dalton, D Jin
Marine pollution bulletin 60 (11), 1939-1945, 2010
Beyond biogeography: a framework for involving the public in planning of US marine protected areas
TM Dalton
Conservation Biology 19 (5), 1392-1401, 2005
Linking economic and ecological models for a marine ecosystem
D Jin, P Hoagland, TM Dalton
Ecological Economics 46 (3), 367-385, 2003
Mapping human dimensions in marine spatial planning and management: An example from Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island
T Dalton, R Thompson, D Jin
Marine Policy 34 (2), 309-319, 2010
Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene
S Aswani, X Basurto, S Ferse, M Glaser, L Campbell, JE Cinner, T Dalton, ...
Environmental conservation 45 (2), 192-202, 2018
Exploring participants' views of participatory coastal and marine resource management processes
TM Dalton
Coastal Management 34 (4), 351-367, 2006
Perceptions of commercial and recreational fishers on the potential ecological impacts of the Block Island Wind Farm (US)
TS Ten Brink, T Dalton
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 439, 2018
Participation, process quality, and performance of marine protected areas in the wider Caribbean
T Dalton, G Forrester, R Pollnac
Environmental management 49, 1224-1237, 2012
An approach for integrating economic impact analysis into the evaluation of potential marine protected area sites
TM Dalton
Journal of Environmental Management 70 (4), 333-349, 2004
Coastal and marine socio-ecological systems: A systematic review of the literature
S Refulio-Coronado, K Lacasse, T Dalton, A Humphries, S Basu, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 648006, 2021
An Integrated ecological–economic modeling framework for the sustainable management of oyster farming
CJ Byron, D Jin, TM Dalton
Aquaculture 447, 15-22, 2015
Offshore wind projects and fisheries
C Haggett, T Brink, A Russell, M Roach, J Firestone, T Dalton, BJ McCay
Oceanography 33 (4), 38-47, 2020
Using normative evaluations to plan for and manage shellfish aquaculture development in Rhode Island coastal waters
T Dalton, D Jin, R Thompson, A Katzanek
Marine Policy 83, 194-203, 2017
Development of an integrated economic and ecological framework for ecosystem-based fisheries management in New England
D Jin, P Hoagland, TM Dalton, EM Thunberg
Progress in Oceanography 102, 93-101, 2012
Attitudinal factors and personal characteristics influence support for shellfish aquaculture in Rhode Island (US) coastal waters
TM Dalton, D Jin
Environmental management 61 (5), 848-859, 2018
Are Caribbean MPAs making progress toward their goals and objectives?
T Dalton, G Forrester, R Pollnac
Marine Policy 54, 69-76, 2015
Recreational boaters' perceptions of scenic value in Rhode Island coastal waters
T Dalton, R Thompson
Ocean & coastal management 71, 99-107, 2013
Recreational boaters’ preferences for boating trips associated with offshore wind farms in US waters
T Dalton, M Weir, A Calianos, N D'Aversa, J Livermore
Marine Policy 122, 104216, 2020
An approach for analyzing the spatial welfare and distributional effects of ocean wind power siting: the Rhode Island/Massachusetts area of mutual interest
P Hoagland, TM Dalton, D Jin, JB Dwyer
Marine Policy 58, 51-59, 2015
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