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Informing Oregon's Marine Protected Area (MPA) Baseline : Past and Present Tribal Uses of Marine Resources Public Deposited

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  • Poster available: http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20385
  • Native American tribes with coastal ancestral lands have gathered, hunted, and fished marine resources for millennia. In 2012, Oregon designated 5 marine reserves (MR), areas in which ocean development and harvest are prohibited. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), paired with each reserve, have less stringent “take” restrictions. In other states (e.g., California) designation of MPAs and Reserves impact subsistence, ceremonial, and traditional uses leading to conflict over tribal use. My master’s thesis will inform Oregon MPA management by documenting past (ancestral) and present (recent, within the current generation) tribal uses of marine resources.
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