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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title President, Coral Seas Inc - Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 1-703-754-8690
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Website http://www.coralseas.com
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD Marine-Estuarine-Environmental Sciences MS Biology BS Biolgy
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management , Operational Support (technical) , Decision Making & Policy , Extension Services (Public Awareness)
Research Activities Coral Seas is dedicated to the sustainable use, understanding and enjoyment of coral reef ecosystems. Using world-renowned expertise, Coral Seas, Inc. provides consulting services in the following areas. o coastal zone management planning o marine protected area management o environmental impact assessment o damage assessment and restoration o coral reef research and monitoring o aquaculture in coral reef environments o marine education and outreach o coastal zone management training
Research Region Tropical seas
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Stephen JAMESON)

Jameson SC (2009) Contributing author to web-based toolkit:
Jameson SC (2008) Guest editorial: Reefs in trouble – the real root cause. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56(9):1513-1514
Jameson SC (2008) Ocean zoning in United States federal waters. Marine Ecosystems and Management 2(1), In: more sources of information
Jameson SC, Ammar MSA, Saadalla E, Mostafa H, Riegl B (2007) A quantitative damage assessment of diving sites in the Egyptian Red Sea during a period of severe anchor damage: a baseline for restoration and sustainable tourism management. J Sustainable Tourism 15(3):309-323
Jameson SC (2006) Summary of Mini-Symposium 4-2, Diagnostic Monitoring and Assessment of Coral Reefs: Studies from Around the World. Proc 10th Intl Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan, pp 1087-1089
Jameson SC (2006) How protected are coral reefs? Science 314(5800):757-760
Jameson SC, Kelty RA (2004) A review of indicators of land-based pollution stress on coral reefs. Joint EPA/NOAA/USGS/DOI Workshop on Assessing Pollution Stress on Coral Reefs, Honolulu, Hawaii (2004), NOAA, Silver Spring, MD, 77 pp
Jameson SC, Hassan AH (2003) Environmental impact assessment coral reef monitoring and assessment guidelines for Red Sea tourism development projects. USAID, Red Sea Sustainable Tourism Initiative, Cairo, Egypt
Jameson SC, Tupper MH, Ridley JM (2002) The three screen doors: can marine “protected” areas be effective? Marine Pollution Bulletin 44(11):1177-1183
Jameson SC, Cummings RL, Chansang H (2002) Monitoring and assessment of coral reefs: studies from around the world. In: Best BA, Pomeroy RS, Balboa CM (eds) Implications for coral reef management and policy: relevant findings from the 9th Intl Coral Reef Symp: Bali, Indonesia, USAID, Washington, DC, pp. 95-98
Jameson SC, Benoit JR (2002) Development of a Process Model for the United States Coral Reef Task Force. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD, 39 pp
Jameson SC, Erdmann MV, Karr JR, Potts KW (2001) Charting a course toward diagnostic monitoring: A continuing review of coral reef attributes and a research strategy for creating coral reef indexes of biotic integrity. Bull Mar Sci 69(2):701-744
Jameson SC, Williams JH (2000) Montego Bay, Jamaica: A marine park under NGO management. In: Salm RV and Clark JR (eds) Marine and coastal protected areas: A guide for planners and managers (third edition), IUCN, Gland Switzerland, pp 291-298
Jameson SC, Williams JH (2000) Local needs for management of coral reefs in the developing tropics: The Montego Bay Marine Park Case Study. In: Gustavson K, Huber RM, Ruitenbeek J (eds) Integrated coastal zone management of coral reefs: Decision support modeling. The World Bank, Washington, DC, pp 23-45
Huber RM, Jameson SC (2000) Integrated coastal zone management in the Tropical Americas and the role of decision support models. In: Gustavson K, Huber RM, Ruitenbeek J (eds) Integrated coastal zone management of coral reefs: Decision support modeling. The World Bank, Washington, D.C., pp 3-13
Jameson SC, Gallucci VF, Robleto JA (2000) Nicaragua: Pacific Coast. In: Sheppard C (ed) Seas at the Millennium: An environmental evaluation, Volume 1, Chapter 33, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp 531-543
Jameson SC, Trott LJ, Marshall MJ, Childress MJ (2000) Nicaragua: Caribbean Coast. In: Sheppard C (ed) Seas at the Millennium: An environmental evaluation, Volume 1, Chapter 32, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp 517-530
Jameson SC, Williams JH (2000) The importance of government in the management of land-based marine pollution. Intercoast Network Newsletter: Reflective and retrospective 1986 to 2000, Coastal Resources Center, Univ of Rhode Island USA, # 37 Fall 2000, pp 26-28
Jameson SC, Williams JH (1999) Local needs for management of coral reefs in the developing tropics: The Montego Bay Marine Park Case Study. In: Gustavson KR (ed) Decision support modeling for the integrated coastal zone of coral reefs in the developing tropics. The World Bank, Washington, DC
Huber RM, Jameson SC (1999) Montego Bay, Jamaica: A case study in public-private partnerships for pollution prevention and management of a valuable coral reef ecosystem. Tropical Coasts 5(6) and 6(1):22-27, Manila, Philippines
Jameson SC, Ammar MSA, Saadalla E, Mostafa HM, Riegl B (1999) A coral damage index and its application to diving sites in the Egyptian Red Sea. Coral Reefs Special Issue on the Science of Coral Reef Management, Coral Reefs 18(4):333-339
Huber RM, Jameson SC (1999) Integrated coastal zone management in the Tropical Americas and the role of decision support models. In: Gustavson KR (ed) Decision support modeling for the integrated coastal zone of coral reefs in the developing tropics. The World Bank, Washington,DC
Jameson SC, Huber RM, Williams JH (1999) ReefFix ? Implementing ICRI ? in Montego Bay, Jamaica and the Tropical Americas. Abstracts of the NCRI Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Jameson SC (1998) National status and trends: Coral reef ecosystems. In: Mac MJ, Opler PA, Puckett Haecker, Doran PD Status and trends of the nation?s biological resources. Vol 2, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA pp 844-845
Jameson SC (1998) (contributing author) Twelve reefs at risk: Red Sea Riviera. In: Bryant D, Burke L, McManus J, Spalding M (principal authors) Reefs at risk: A map-based indicator of potential threats to the world?s coral reefs. World Resources Institute, Washington DC
Reeve SM, Jameson SC, Adel-Fattah RS, Riegl B, Saleh M, Moursi A, Newman AP, Hassan R, Batt S, Kuklok D (1998) Best practices for tourism center development along the Red Sea coast. Tourism Development Authority, Cairo, Egypt
Jameson SC, Erdmann MV, Gibson Jr GR, Potts KW (1998) Development of biological criteria for coral reef ecosystem assessment. Atoll Res Bull, September 1998, No. 450, Smithsonian Institution,Washington, DC,102 pp
Jameson SC, Ammar MSA, Saadalla E, Mostafa HM, Riegl B (subm) A coral damage index and its application to diving sites in the Egyptian Red Sea. Coral Reefs Special Issue on Research for Coral Reef Management
Jameson SC, Erdmann MV, Gibson Jr GR, Potts KW (subm) Charting a course toward diagnostic monitoring: Coral reef bioindicators - Where are we and where do we go from here? Bull Mar Sci

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1999-09-02 Last Updated: 2011-05-31 by Stephen JAMESON