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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Vice President
Department Knowledge Systems
Institution
Ecotrust (
721 NW 9th Avenue Portland 97209
Address
Ecotrust 721 NW 9th Avenue
Portland
OR
97209
United States
Tel +1 503 467 0758
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Website http://www.ecotrust.org, http://www.ecotrust.org/ocean/
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Astrid SCHOLZ)

Kruse, S. A., A. Flysjo, N. Kasperczyk and A. J. Scholz, 2009, Socioeconomic indicators as a complement to life cycle assessment—an application to salmon production systems, Int J LCA 14:1, 8-18
Huntington, H., S. Kruse, and A. J. Scholz, 2009, Demographics and Environmental Conditions are Uncoupled in the Pribilof Islands Social Ecological System. Polar Research 28, 119-128
Pelletier, N., P. Tyedmers, U. Sonesson, A. Scholz, F. Ziegler, A. Flysjo, S. Kruse, B. Cancino, and H. Silverman (2009), Not All Salmon Are Created Equal: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Global Salmon Farming Systems, Environmental Science and Technology 43:23, pp. 8730-8736
Klein, C. J., C. Steinback, A. J. Scholz, and H. P. Possingham, 2008, Effectiveness of marine reserve networks in representing biodiversity and minimizing impact to fishermen: a comparison of two approaches used in California. Conservation Letters 1:1, 44–51
Klein, C. J., A. Chan, L. Kircher, A. J. Cundiff, N. Gardner, Y. Hrovat, A. Scholz, B.Kendall, and S. Airame, 2008, Striking a Balance between Biodiversity Conservation and Socioeconomic Viability in the Design of Marine Protected Areas Conservation Biology 22:3, 691-700
Ayer N., P. Tyedmers, N. Pelletier, U. Sonesson, A. Scholz, 2007, Co-Product Allocation in Life Cycle Assessments of Seafood Production Systems: Review of Problems and Strategies. Int J LCA 12:7, 480-487
Pelletier, N., N. Ayer, S. Kruse, A. Flysjo, G. Robillard, F. Ziegler, P.H. Tyedmers, A.J. Scholz, U. Sonesson, 2007, Impact categories for Life Cycle Assessment research of seafood production: Review and Prospectus. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 12:6, 414-421
Scholz, A. J., Mike Mertens, Debra Sohm, Charles Steinback, and Marlene Bellman, “Place matters: Spatial tools for assessing the socioeconomic implications of marine resource management measures on the Pacific Coast of the United States”. 2005. In: P. W. Barnes and J. Thomas (eds.), Benthic Habitats and the Effects of Fishing. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. American Fisheries Society Symposium Proceedings, No. 41.
Morgan, L. E., P. Etnoyer, A. J. Scholz, M. Mertens, and M. Powell, “Conservation and Management Implications of Deep-Sea Coral Distributions and Fishing Effort in the Northeast Pacific Ocean”. 2005. In: A. Freiwald and J. M. Roberts (eds.), Deep-water Corals and Ecosystems. Springer, New York.
Scholz, A. J., M. Mertens and C. Steinback, 2005, “The OCEAN Framework—Modeling the Linkages between Marine Ecology, Fishing Economy, and Coastal Communities”, in: Wright, D and A. J. Scholz, Eds. 2005 Place Matters – Geospatial Tools for Marine Conservation, Science, and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.
Scholz, A. J., M. Mertens, D. Sohm, C. Steinback, and M. Bellman, “Old data, new tricks: Spatially integrating heterogeneous datasets for fishery management”. 2005. In Kruse, G.H., V.F. Gallucci, D.E. Hay, R.I. Perry, R.M. Peterman, T.C. Shirley, P.D. Spencer, B. Wilson, and D. Woodby (eds.) Fisheries Assessment and Management in Data-limited Situations. Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Wright, D and A. J. Scholz, Eds. 2005 Place Matters – Geospatial Tools for Marine Conservation, Science, and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.
Scholz, A. J. 2004. “The long arm of the invisible hand – science and scientists as merchants of biological diversity and global environmental governance”, in Marybeth Long-Martello and Sheila Jasanoff, Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Governance, MIT Press, Cambridge.
Scholz, A. J. 2003. “From molecules to medicines –The use of genetic resources in pharmaceutical research”, in Rachel Schurman and Denny Kelso (eds.), Engineering Trouble: Genetic Engineering and its Discontents; University of California Press, Berkeley.
R. Norgaard, A. J. Scholz, and S. Trainor. 2001. “Values, Valuing Processes, and Valuation”, in Ekko C. van Ierland (ed.), Valuation of Nature and Environment, Cheltenham, U.K: Edward Elgar.
I. Chapela and A. J. Scholz, “Biodiversity – Cornucopia of Knowledge”, in Darrell Posey (ed.), Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity, London/Nairobi: Intermediate Technologies Publications/UNEP, 1999.
Scholz, A. J., K. Bonzon, R. Fujita, N. Benjamin, N. Woodling, P. Black and C. Steinback. 2004. "Participatory socioeconomic analysis: drawing on fishermen’s knowledge for marine protected area planning in California." Marine Policy 28(4): 335-349.
Klein, C. J., C. Steinback, M. Watts, A. J. Scholz, and H. Possingham, (forthcoming) Spatial marine zoning for fisheries and conservation, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment


Created: 2010-10-04 Last Updated: 2010-10-04 by Astrid SCHOLZ