The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program: A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship

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Abstract

A mission to ensure the health of marine wildlife and their ecosystems by UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's (WHC) Marine Ecosystem Health Program (MEHP) was discussed. The MEHP's guiding premise is that stewardship of marine wildlife and their ecosystem is best achieved by strong collaborations among academic researchers, governmental marine resource managers, and non-governmental marine conservation organizations. The WHC brings scientific skills, animal health expertize, and strong stakeholder collaboration to improve the health of wild animal populations and their environments. The MEHP focuses on the transboundary inland waters of the Pacific Northwest.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCalifornia and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference
EditorsO.T. Magoon, H. Converse, B. Baird, B. Jines, M. Miller-Henson
Pages1145-1148
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 2005
EventCalifornia and the World Ocean '02: Revisiting and Revising California's Ocean Agenda - Proceedings of the Conference, CWO '02 - Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Duration: Oct 27 2002Oct 30 2002

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OtherCalifornia and the World Ocean '02: Revisiting and Revising California's Ocean Agenda - Proceedings of the Conference, CWO '02
CountryUnited States
CitySanta Barbara, CA
Period10/27/0210/30/02

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Aquatic ecosystems
Health
Ecosystems
Animals
Conservation
Managers
Water

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  • Engineering(all)

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Gilardi, K. V. K., Gaydos, J. K., Mazet, J. A. K., & Boyce, W. M. (2005). The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program: A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship. In O. T. Magoon, H. Converse, B. Baird, B. Jines, & M. Miller-Henson (Eds.), California and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference (pp. 1145-1148)

The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program : A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship. / Gilardi, Kirsten V K; Gaydos, Joseph K.; Mazet, Jonna A K; Boyce, Walter M.

California and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference. ed. / O.T. Magoon; H. Converse; B. Baird; B. Jines; M. Miller-Henson. 2005. p. 1145-1148.

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Gilardi, KVK, Gaydos, JK, Mazet, JAK & Boyce, WM 2005, The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program: A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship. in OT Magoon, H Converse, B Baird, B Jines & M Miller-Henson (eds), California and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference. pp. 1145-1148, California and the World Ocean '02: Revisiting and Revising California's Ocean Agenda - Proceedings of the Conference, CWO '02, Santa Barbara, CA, United States, 10/27/02.
Gilardi KVK, Gaydos JK, Mazet JAK, Boyce WM. The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program: A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship. In Magoon OT, Converse H, Baird B, Jines B, Miller-Henson M, editors, California and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference. 2005. p. 1145-1148
Gilardi, Kirsten V K ; Gaydos, Joseph K. ; Mazet, Jonna A K ; Boyce, Walter M. / The UC Davis Wildlife Health Center's Marine Ecosystem Health Program : A university-government-private sector partnership to enhance marine stewardship. California and the World Ocean - Proceedings of the Conference. editor / O.T. Magoon ; H. Converse ; B. Baird ; B. Jines ; M. Miller-Henson. 2005. pp. 1145-1148
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