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Bonnie J. McCay

Principal Investigators

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Background Information

Affiliations

Rutgers University

Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor


Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council

Scientific and Statistical Committee


American Fisheries Society

Resource Policy Committee


Stockholm Resilience Centre

Board Member


Encyclopedia.com

Advisory Board Member


Professor of Human Ecology

Board of Governors Distinguished


Northwest Power and Conservation Council

ISAB Member


Earth & Sky

Earth and Sky Science Advisor


U.S. Department of Commerce

Vice Chair of the Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee


Committee on Ecosystem Management for Sustainable Marine Fisheries and the Committee

Member, Several NRC Committees


Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission

Scientific Advisor


Department of CommerceÕs National Oceanic

Scientific Advisor


Department of Interior and Local Government

Rutgers Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor


National Academy of Sciences

RRC Member


Department of Human Ecology

Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor


Ocean Studies Board of the National Research Council's National Academy of Sciences

Member


National Research Council's National Academy of Sciences

Member of the Ocean Studies Board


Education

Portland State University


Department of Human Ecology

Rutgers University


PhD

Columbia University


master's degree

Columbia University


Web References(151 Total References)


Meet Our Team | Climate Change and the Atlantic Surfclam Fishery

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Here is a list of the institutions and people who are doing this research: 1) Rutgers University: Principal Investigators (PIs): Bonnie J. McCay, Dale B. Haidvogel, Eric N. Powell, Janice McDonnell, with post-docs Frederic Castruccio, Daphne Muroe ,Carolyn Creed and graduate student Peter Zhang; 2) University of Massachusetts Amherst: PI: Sylvia Brandt; (3) Virginia Institute of Marine Science: PI: Roger Mann; and (4) Old Dominion University: PIs: Eileen Hofmann and John Klinck.
Bonnie McCay Bonnie McCay is Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, where she teaches in the Department of Human Ecology. Her graduate training was in anthropology at Columbia University (PhD 1976), and her research and teaching have focused on challenges and policies for managing marine resources, particularly fisheries. She has done field research in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, Canada, in New Jersey, and in Baja California, Mexico, with funding from the National Science Foundation, the New Jersey Sea Grant College Program, and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.


Members - EBCD

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Bonnie McCay, Chair, Dept. Human Ecology, School of Env.
& Biol. Sciences. Rutgers the State University, USA. mccay@AESOP.rutgers.edu Ms McCay is Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, where she chairs the Department of Human Ecology. She currently serves on the Scientific and Statistical Committee for the Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council and heads the Resource Policy Committee of the American Fisheries Society. Her graduate training was in anthropology at Columbia University (PhD 1976), and her research and teaching have focused on challenges and policies for managing marine resources, particularly fisheries. Ms McCay has done field research in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, Canada, in New Jersey, and in Baja California, Mexico, with funding from the National Science Foundation, the New Jersey Sea Grant College Program, and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Her books include "The Question of the Commons," "Oyster Wars and the Public Trust," and "Enclosing the Commons."


Human Ecology Review

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Bonnie McCay - Rutgers University, New Brunswick


Members - EBCD

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Bonnie McCay, Chair, Dept. Human Ecology, School of Env.
& Biol. Sciences. Rutgers the State University, USA. mccay@AESOP.rutgers.edu Ms McCay is Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, where she chairs the Department of Human Ecology. She currently serves on the Scientific and Statistical Committee for the Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council and heads the Resource Policy Committee of the American Fisheries Society. Her graduate training was in anthropology at Columbia University (PhD 1976), and her research and teaching have focused on challenges and policies for managing marine resources, particularly fisheries. Ms McCay has done field research in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, Canada, in New Jersey, and in Baja California, Mexico, with funding from the National Science Foundation, the New Jersey Sea Grant College Program, and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Her books include "The Question of the Commons," "Oyster Wars and the Public Trust," and "Enclosing the Commons."


Board - Stockholm Resilience Centre

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Bonnie McCay, Professor, Dept. of Human Ecology, Sch. of Environmental & Biological Sciences, Rutgers University


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