This piece was created for a paper by Teresa Carey on kelp forest biodiversity, as a part of the Science Notes project in the UC Santa Cruz Science Writing graduate program.
This diagram was created to illustrate the trade-offs between small-scale fisheries and aquaculture systems when spatial rights, the supply chain, and risk management assessments are not prioritized.
This diagram is the counterpoint for the relationship between small-scale fisheries and aquaculture systems. This illustrates how the two can work synergistically when spatial rights, the supply chain, and risk to nearby habitats are taken into consideration.
These two pieces are opening visuals for a scientific paper by Fiorenza Micheli et al. from Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, California.
One page (out of 45) from my Activity Book created with Stanford's Hopkins Marine Lab and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. Once the book is fully available to the public I will update information on how to acquire it here.