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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Associate Professor
Department School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
Institution
University of Washington, School of Marine Affairs ( SMA)
3707 Brooklyn Avenue NE Seattle WA 98105-6715
Address
University of Washington, School of Marine Affairs 3707 Brooklyn Avenue NE
Seattle
Washington
WA 98105-6715
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel (206) 685-6661
Fax (206) 543-1417
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Website http://depts.washington.edu/smea/users/patrickc
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD Resource Management (University of Michigan) MS Conservation Biology (University of Michigan)
Job type Research , Decision Making & Policy , Extension Services (Public Awareness) , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities •Social Feasibility of Ecosystem Based Management and Marine Protected Areas •Integrated Coastal Management •Marine Protected Area Impacts on Coral Reef Fisheries and Fishing Communities •Participatory Research •Qualitative Social Research Methods Patrick has led various comparative, socio-ecological research projects in the US, Philippines, Indonesia and Latin America to inform the practice of marine resource management. He is particularly interested in the human dimensions of marine conservation employing marine protected areas, ecosystem-based management, and conservation fishing technologies—research which resulted in a Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation. He recently taught a joint course and research seminar with the University of Washington and the Northwest Indian College on tribal fishing rights in Puget Sound. He regularly provides technical advice on the human dimensions of marine conservation to the UN Food and Agricultural Organization, World Bank, USAID, and various governmental and non-governmental environmental organizations. In addition to his scholarship, he is actively engaged in marine protected area design and implementation in various locations. He draws from his three years of experience living in a Philippine fishing community implementing a community-based marine protected area as a Peace Corps Volunteer. He is an Editor-In-Chief for the journal Coastal Management , board member for the Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation in the Philippines, and former national board member for The Coastal Society. He has a Bachelors degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Masters degree in conservation biology and Doctorate in environmental sociology and policy from the University of Michigan.

Filipino
Research Region 63
Skills/Expertise Research, outreach, planning
Comments 20 years of consultant experience with USAID, World Bank, FAO projects.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Patrick CHRISITE)

Christie, P. and A.T. White. 1997. Trends in development of coastal area management in tropical countries: from central to community orientation. 25th anniversary edition of Coastal Management. 25:155-181.
Christie, P. and A.T. White. 1994. Reef fish yield and reef condition for San Salvador Island, Luzon, Philippines. Asian Fisheries Science. 7:135-148.
•Christie, P., R.B. Pollnac, E.G. Oracion, A. Sabonsolin, R. Diaz, D. Pietri. 2009. Back to basics: An empirical study demonstrating the importance of local-level dynamics for the success of tropical marine ecosystem-based management. Coastal Management 37: 349-373. PDF •Christie, P., R.B. Pollnac, D.L. Fluharty, M.A. Hixon, G.K. Lowry, R. Mahon, D. Pietri, B.N. Tissot, A.T. White, N. Armada, R.L. Eisma-Osorio. 2009. Tropical marine EBM feasibility: A synthesis of case studies and comparative analyses. Coastal Management 37:374-385. PDF •Christie, P. and A.T. White. 2007. Best practices for improved governance of coral reef Marine Protected Areas. Coral Reefs 26:1047-1056. PDF •Christie, P., D.L. Fluharty, A.T. White, R.L. Eisma-Osorio, W. Jatulan 2007. Assessing the feasibility of ecosystem-based fisheries management in tropical contexts. Marine Policy 31:239-250. PDF •World Bank 2006. Scaling Up Marine Management: the Role of Marine Protected Areas. World Bank report # 36635-GLB. Washington, D.C. 100 pp. (Christie as contributing author). PDF •Christie, P. and A.T. White. 2006. Best Practices in Governance and Enforcement of Marine Protected Areas: An Overview. Report for the FAO. 45 pp. •Christie, P. (guest editor). 2005. Integrated coastal management process sustainability. Ocean and Coastal Management. 48. Theme issue. •Christie, P. 2005. Is integrated coastal management sustainable? Ocean and Coastal Management 48:208-232. PDF •Christie, P. 2005. Observed and perceived environmental impacts of integrated coastal management in two Southeast Asia sites. Ocean and Coastal Management. 48:252-270. PDF •Christie, P., K. Lowry, AT White, E.G Oracion, L. Sievanen, R.S. Pomeroy, R.B. Pollnac, J. Patlis, L. Eisma. 2005. Key findings from a multidisciplinary examination of integrated coastal management process sustainability. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:468-483. PDF •White, A.T., P. Christie, H. D’Agnes, K. Lowry, N. Milne. 2005. Designing ICM projects for sustainability: Lessons from the Philippines and Indonesia. Ocean & Coastal Management 48:271–296. PDF •Christie, P., D. Buhat, L.R. Garces, and A.T. White. 2003. The challenges and rewards of community-based coastal resources management: San Salvador Island, Philippines. In Contested Nature—Promoting International Biodiversity Conservation with Social Justice in the Twenty-first Century. Brechin, SR, PR Wilshusen, CL Fortwangler, and PC West (Eds.), pp. 231-249. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. PDF •Christie, P., B.J. McCay, M.L. Miller, C. Lowe, A.T. White, R. Stoffle, D.L. Fluharty, L. Talaue-McManus, R. Chuenpagdee, C. Pomeroy, D.O. Suman, B.G. Blount, D. Huppert, R.L. Villahermosa Eisma, E. Oracion, K. Lowry, R.B. Pollnac. 2003. Toward developing a complete understanding: A social science research agenda for marine protected areas. Fisheries 28(12):22-26. PDF •Christie, P., A.T. White and E. Deguit. 2002. Starting point or solution? Community-based marine protected areas in the Philippines. Journal of Environmental Management 66:441-454. PDF •Christie, P. 2004. MPAs as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia. In Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools: Design, Use, and Evaluation of These Fully Protected Areas. J. B. Shipley (editor), pp 155-164. Bethesda, Maryland: American Fisheries Society. PDF •Olsen, S., and P. Christie. 2000. What are we learning from tropical coastal management experiences? Coastal Management 28:5-18. PDF
Christie, P., A.T. White and D. Buhat. 1994. Community-based resource management on San Salvador Island, the Philippines. Society and Natural Resources. 7(2):103-117.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1999-11-03 Last Updated: 2011-09-12 by Patrick CHRISITE