Nearshore Acknowledgements

Many individuals, agencies, and organizations contributed to the 2015 update of the Oregon Nearshore Strategy. Any work that addresses the complexity and dynamics of the nearshore ocean, and the values and uses that Oregonians apply to it, relies on the interactive efforts of many people. Their constructive participation has helped to build a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.

We thank the following people and organizations for their tremendous effort, vision and insight:

Oregonians

To all Oregonians who shared their vision, values, and concerns for the future of Oregon’s marine environment.

Non-Governmental Organizations

Joe Liebezeit, Bob Sallinger, Audubon Society of Portland
Bill Kremers, The Association of Northwest Steelheaders
Jena Carter, Gway Kirchner, The Nature Conservancy
Gillian Lyons, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Mary Anne Nash, Oregon Farm Bureau
Seth Barnes, Oregon Forest Industries Council
Lisa DeBruyckere, Oregon Marine Reserves Partnership
Jim Burke, Oregon Coast Aquarium
Phillip Johnson, Robert Bailey, Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition
Fran Recht, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

Ocean Policy Advisory Council: Executive Committee and Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee

David Allen, Jack Barth, Veronica Dujon, Gabriella Goldfarb, Elise Granek, Selina Heppell, Jan Hodder, William Jaeger, Scott McMullen, David Sampson, Gil Sylvia, Shelby Walker, Craig Young

Federal Agencies

Laurie Weitkamp, Waldo Wakefield, Bill Peterson, Ric Brodeur, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – National Marine Fisheries Service Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Mark Finkbeiner, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office for Coastal Management
Henry Lee, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Western Ecology Division
Debbie Reusser, U.S. Geological Survey – Western fisheries Research Center
Dawn Harris, Roberta Swift, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

State Agencies and Institutions

Rob Bovett, Association of Oregon Counties
Andy Lanier, Department of Land Conservation and Development
Shelby Walker, Sarah Kolesar, Oregon Sea Grant
Judith Callens, Oregon Department of Agriculture
Chris Castelli, Oregon Department of State Lands
Laurel Hillman, Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department
Doug Baer, Oregon State Marine Board
John Chapman, Amanda Gladics, Gayle Hansen, Scott Heppell, Ivan Kuletz, James Rice, David Sampson, Robert Suryan, Leigh Torres, Oregon State University
James T. Carlton, Williams College

ODFW Staff

Kelsey Adkisson, Lindsay Adrean, Justin Ainsworth, Ron Anglin, Kevin Blakely, Matt Blume, Roxann Borisch, Ed Bowles, Caren Braby, Robin Brown, Troy Buell, Ted Calavan, Ethan Clemons, Kelly Corbett, Trevan Cornwell, Tony D’Andrea, Cristen Don, Megan Dugan, Jason Edwards, Daniel Erickson, Dave Fox, Mark Freeman, Colin Gillin, Craig Good, Kevin Goodson, Scott Groth, Bob Hannah, Andrea Hanson, Audrey Hatch, Matt Hunter, Brittany Huntington, Robert Ireland, Jo Jeans, Steve Jones, Lisa Kautzi, Delia Kelly, Chris Kern, Chris Knutsen, Gregory Krutzikowsky, Donna Lamb, Scott Malvitch, Scott Marion, Keith Matteson, Lynn Mattes, Patrick Mirick, Curt Melcher, Arlene Merems, Bill Miller, Jessica Moll, Cinamon Moffet, Kathy Munsel, Laura Tesler, Martin Nugent, Polly Rankin, Susan Riemer, Brett Rodomsky, Arthur Rodriguez, Steve Rumrill, Eric Schindler, Cyreis Schmitt, Jill Smith, Stacy Strickland, Charlie Stein, Maggie Sommer, Carla Sowell, Tom Stahl, Robert Swingle, Thomas Swearingen, Michelle Tate, Elizabeth Perroti, Mitch Vance, Ellen Ville-Smuts, Wolfe Wagman, Michelle Weaver, Alison Whitman, Nick Wilsman, Derek Wilson, Bryan Wright, Linda ZumBrunnen

Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission

Holly Akenson, Laura Anderson, Jason Atkinson, Bruce Buckmaster, Michael Finley, Bob Webber, Gregory Wolley

Contractors

Shannon Davis, The Research Group of Corvallis

Photographers

The following people, agencies, and institutions generously provided photographs to help bring the Nearshore Strategy to life visually: Kelsey Adkisson, Bird Research Northwest, Ian Chun, Brandon Ford, Taylor Frierson, Amanda Gladics, Scott Groth, Gregory Krutzikowsky, Janna Nichols, NOAA Fisheries, ODFW, OSU Seabird Oceanography Lab, Laura Tesler

The Oregon Nearshore Strategy, authors and editors

Gregory K. Krutzikowsky, Kelsey Adkisson, Caren Braby, Dave Fox, Maggie Sommer, Thomas Swearingen, Ivan Kuletz, and Steve Rumrill

Suggested Citation

Oregon Nearshore Strategy. 2016. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem, OR 97302

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