The University of New England (UNE) Professional Science Masters (PSM) in Ocean Food Systems is the first of its kind international education and training program that comprehensively examines the growing interactions between fisheries, aquaculture and the seafood trade, especially in the North Atlantic as it undergoes rapid climate change. Graduates are poised to be leaders in understanding and facilitating the complex social contracts – inclusive of all stakeholders and decision makers – for ocean food systems to thrive in the coming Ocean Century.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Adapting Biotoxin Monitoring For The Future: An Opportunity For A Harmful Algae Bloom (HAB) Network In Casco Bay, Maine, Zachary B. Gordon

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Building Value Through Innovative Eucheuma spp. Product Development: A Case Study With The Belize Women's Seaweed Farming Association, Bailey Moritz

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Cultivating Cooperatives: Benefits And Challenges Of Co-Ops And Recommendations For Maine’s Emerging Aquaculture Industries, Phoebe Walsh