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Integrated Ecosystem Assessment (IEA)

The NOAA Integrated Ecosystem Assessment (IEA) Program is a NOAA-wide initiative that oversees the direction and execution of Integrated Ecosystem Assessments within the United States ocean and coastal ecosystems. NOAA IEA is an approach that integrates all components of an ecosystem, including humans, into the decision-making process so that managers can balance trade-offs and determine what is more likely to achieve their desired goals. This approach provides the science necessary to carry out Ecosystem-Based Management and is a key part of NOAA’s ecosystem science enterprise. The program has a commitment to ensure the best available science is used to inform management decisions. The program does this by implementing an iterative multi-step approach that provides a framework to support ecosystem-based management - leveraging and integrating existing science and research activities and programs in NOAA and also building additional capacity within the IEA program to assess a marine ecosystem as a whole to provide natural resource managers with a broader understanding of the ecosystem and make fully informed decisions. The program strives to be inclusive, building a constantly growing interdisciplinary network of science and management partners both internal and external to NOAA.

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    Exploring the implications of the harvest control rule for Pacific sardine, accounting for predator dynamics: A MICE model
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    A Case Study in Connecting Fisheries Management Challenges With Models and Analysis to Support Ecosystem-Based Management in the California Current Ecosystem.
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    How Life History Characteristics and Environmental Forcing Shape Settlement Success of Coral Reef Fishes
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    Ocean Futures Under Ocean Acidification, Marine Protection, and Changing Fishing Pressures Explored Using a Worldwide Suite of Ecosystem Models
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    Practical considerations for operationalizing dynamic management tools
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    Decision‐support tools for dynamic management
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    Experiments with Seasonal Forecasts of ocean conditions for the Northern region of the California Current upwelling system
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    Local-scale projections of coral reef futures and implications of the Paris Agreement
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    An ecosystem‐based approach to marine risk assessment
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    Projections of the future occurrence, distribution, and seasonality of three Vibrio species in the Chesapeake Bay under a high-emission climate change scenario
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    Effective Science-Based Fishery Management is Good for Gulf of Mexico's "Bottom Line" - But Evolving Challenges Remain
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