“Jellyfish : Dispatches from a Gelatinous Ocean”: A non­‐fiction book proposal Public

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  • Jellyfish benefit from many of the changes mankind is making to the ocean. Climate change, overfishing, nutrient runoff, the introduction of invasive species, and coastal development all promote these ancient, gelatinous creatures. Because of their familiarity to readers and affinity for degraded places in the ocean, jellyfish are used to illustrate anthropogenic alterations to the marine environment.
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  • Project submitted to Oregon State University for Master of Science in Marine Resource Management
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