ItemThe Protection and Management of the Sargasso Sea(Sargasso Sea Alliance, 2011) Laffoley, D.d’A; Roe, H.S.J; Angel, M.V; Ardron, J; Bates, N.R; Boyd, I.L.; Brooke, S; Buck, K.N; Carlson, C.A; Causey, B; Conte, M.H.; Christiansen, S; Cleary, J; Donnelly, J; Earle, S.A; Edwards, R; Gjerde, K.M; Giovannoni, S.J.; Gulick, S; Gollock, M; Hallett, J; Halpin, P; Hanel, R; Hemphill, A; Johnson, R.J.; Knap, A.H; Lomas, M.W; McKenna, S.A; Miller, M.J; Miller, P.I.; Ming, F.W; Moffitt, R; Nelson, N.B; Parson, L; Peters, A.J; Pitt, J; Rouja, P; Roberts, J; Roberts, J; Seigel, D.A; Siuda, A.N.S; Steinberg, D.K; Stevenson, A; Sumaila, V.R.; Swartz, W; Thorrold, S; Trott, T.M.; Vats, V. ItemSocial and Economic Dimensions of Carrageenan Seaweed Farming(Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2013) Valderrama, Diego; Cai, Junning; Hishamunda, Nathanael; Ridler, Neil ItemChallenges, dialogue and cooperation towards the sustainability of the Caribbean Sea(Association of Caribbean States, 2015-11-23)This Symposium's aim was to contribute to the objective of the Caribbean Sea Commission (CSC), to support the sustainable development of the Caribbean Sea for current and future generations. ItemGulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute sargassum fact sheet(Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Inc., 2015) Doyle, E; Franks, JHave you noticed an occurrence of greater than normal amounts of sargassum on your beaches in recent years? Has it caused problems for you or local communities? Are other people in your country or island talking about sargassum? ItemFishery management plan for pelagic sargassum habitat of the South Atlantic region(South Atlantic Fishery Management Council, 2002-11) South Atlantic Fishery Management Council ItemSargassum and Beach Erosion: Potential Costs and Benefits for Coastal Managers(Spatial Sciences Laboratory, Department of Ecosystem Science & Management, Texas A&M University, 2010) Williams, Amy M.; Feagin, Dr. Rusty A. ItemAssessing the Value of Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Services in the Sargasso Sea(Duke University, 2014-07) Pendleton, Linwood; Krowicki, F.; Strosser, P.; Hallett-Murdoch, J. ItemEnvironmentally Sustainable Seaweed Harvesting in Northern Ireland(Environment & Heritage Service, 2007-03) Environment & Heritage Service ItemTonga National Marine Seaweed (Limu Tanga'u) Fisheries Management and Development Plan (2012-2013)(Minister of Agriculture and Food, Forests & Fisheries, 2012-10) Fisheries Management and Planning Section ItemManaging Seaweed Accumulations on Recreational Beaches(Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, 2013-05) Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management ItemTexas A&M Seaweed Enhanced Dune Project Proposal(2013-05)Galveston Island is an eroding sand-starved barrier island located 50 miles southeast of Houston along the upper Texas coast approximately 60 miles from the Louisiana state line, at 29°18'17" latitude and 94º46'30" longitude. This proposed Innovative Technology Seaweed Prototype Dune Project would be implemented in the Apffel Park area on Galveston Island adjacent to the South Jetty. The proposed project area is accreting rapidly, and was one of the factors leading to its selection as the potential project site. Additional site benefits allow the demonstration project the opportunity to be monitored without being subject to immediate wave impacts. Erosion rates range from approximately -5.0m/yr west of the seawall to accretional areas of +10m/yr. per BEG. The majority of Galveston Island is eroding. Project proposes to utilize naturally occurring seaweed that washes ashore and utilize equipment to convert the seaweed into bales. ItemCoastal Zone Management(2013-01-18) Galveston Island Park Board of TrusteesThe Coastal Zone Management department is responsible for the provision of seaweed removal and litter control services on Galveston's East Beach, Stewart Beach, Seawall beaches located between 10th and 61st Street, Dellanera RV Park, Seawolf Park, and the West End Pocket Parks. The Coastal Zone Management department also performs debris removal as needed along the entire coast.