Product Type: Report
Author(s): Auble, G.T., A.K. Andrews, D.B. Hamilton, and J.E. Roelle
Auble, G.T., A.K. Andrews, D.B. Hamilton, and J.E. Roelle. 1985. Fish and wildlife mitigation options for port development in Tampa Bay: Results of a workshop. Slidell, Louisiana: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Coastal Ecosystems Team NCET Open File Report 85-2. 36 p.
This publication was originally published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Coastal Ecosystems Team .
This report records the results of a workshop held September 25-27, 1983, in Tampa, Florida. The organization of the report closely follows the organization of the workshop itself. The workshop began with a definition of objectives and several presentations providing general background. The context and objectives of the workshop are covered in the INTRODUCTION. A summary of the results of two group discussions is presented in the WORKSHOP RESULTS section. One group identified ways to conduct or locate port development activities in Tampa Bay so as to lessen their adverse impacts; the other group identified ways to compensate for unavoidable impacts by creating or improving important fish and wildlife habitats. Finally, the DISCUSSION section contains the authors' synthesis of more general comments made throughout the workshop, especially during the closing session.