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*EDITORS' NoTE.-This report was written by Mary Schumacher, Research Assistant at the Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543 (WHOI Contribution no. 9542).

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7. For a discussion of what these improvements in understanding imply for the restruc- turing of management advice and the research on which it is based, seej. H. Steele, "Regime Shifts in Fisheries Management, Fishertes Research 25 (1996): 19-23, and Regime Shifts in Ma- rine Ecosystems," Ecological Applications 8, no. 1, suppl. (1998): S33-S36.

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15. P. Hoagland, "Managing the Underwater Cultural Resources of the China Seas: A Comparison of Public Policies in Mainland China and Taiwan," International journal ofMarine and Coastal Law 12, no. 2 (1997): 265-283. 16. P. Hoagland, D. Jin, J. Kraska, and R.H. Nelson, "Conserving and Managing the Underwater Cultural Resources of the China Seas," presentation to National Museum of Chi- nese History and State Bureau of Cultural Relics (Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceano- graphic Institution, Woods Hole, Mass., 25-26 June 1997).

17. P. Hoagland, H. L. Kite-Powell, and M. E. Schumacher, "Marine Area Governance and Management in the Gulf of Maine: A Case Study, prepared for the Committee on Marine Area Governance and Management of the National Research Council under Agreement No DOT-3830-96-002" (Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Mass., August 1996).

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