The Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting brings together participants from diverse background to connect and trade ideas, methods, and practical solutions. The theme of the 2019 meeting is “Engaging Change in Turbulent Times.”
California Sea Grant Extension Specialists Carrie Culver and Carrie Pomeroy will be speaking at the conference. In addition to California Sea Grant, speakers from other Sea Grant programs around the country will be speaking at the meeting, including Alaska, Connecticut, Georgia, Oregon, Washington.
California Sea Grant Participation
Thursday March 21, 10:00-11:50am
Sea Changes: Implications and Integrations of Social Research in Fisheries and Marine Policy
California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Carolynn Culver will present with Nadine Heck of UC Santa Cruz on "Integrating Aquaculture and Fisheries Space Use Values and Needs into Siting Decision."
Friday March 22, 1:30-2:30pm
What’s the Point?: Integrating the Human Dimensions into Marine Management
California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Carrie Pomeroy will chair the session, which will include researchers and state and federal fisheries managers. She will give a presentation entitled "Developing and Implementing Socioeconomic Guidance in California Fishery Management," and is a co-author of a second presentation by UC Santa Cruz researcher Rachel Zuercher, "Flexibility and Resilience in Central California’s Commercial Nearshore Fishery."
For more details see the website: Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting.