DONALD DAVID ROBADUE, JR., Ph.D.

Associate Coastal Resources Manager

Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island

Narragansett, RI 02882

TEL: (401) 874-6224   FAX: (401) 874-6920

e-mail: robadue@mail.uri.edu

 

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Information Science.  University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York, 2012.

Certificate, Advanced Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2000.

Master of Community Planning, University of Rhode Island, Curriculum in Community Planning and Area Development., Kingston, Rhode Island, 1976.

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1974.

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: (Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island)

 

Senior planner, Sustainable Coastal Communities and Ecosystems Program. USAID funded global partnership.  Co-author and trainer for international publication:  "Adapting to Coastal Climate Change:  A Guidebook for Development Planning", with events conducted in Vietnam, Ecuador, Indonesia and the United States. Produced project related videos on climate change adaptation with cases from Tanzania, Zanzibar, Ghana, Marshall Islands.  

Adjunct FacultyMember. 2014. Department of Marine Affairs, College of the Environment and Life Science, University of Rhode Island.

Program Manager, Integrated Fisheries and Coastal Governance Project, Ghana (Hen Mpoano) (2010 to present) USAID Ghana.  Advise on climate change adaptation and coastal hazards planning, land and shore use planning, capacity building in coastal management, and GIS for local and regional planning. Develop annual work plan and progress reporting, supervise technical assistance and major sub-contractors, oversee in-country director, staff and partners.

Senior planner, Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. (2005 to present)     USAID-Tanzania. Presently serve as advisor on GIS development, mariculture siting, climate change adaptation at the village level, and special area planning for coastal lagoons. Program Manager, Tanzania Water and Development Alliance, an award-winning Global Development Alliance between USAID and the Coca-Cola Company focusing on improving local community livelihoods and strengthening capacity for implementing Tanzania’s water sector development strategy.  Revised the detailed national guidelines for conducting District Integrated Coastal Management Action Plans. Conducted final evaluation of Phase 3 of program. 

Lead trainer, Summer Institute in Coastal Resources Management  (1991 to Present) Coastal Resources Center financially self-supporting courses for U.S. and international participants including most recently “Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change, June 7-25, 2010, usually 3-4 week intensive course, manage multi-day modules and lead sessions, applying adult learning methodologies. Designed and co-led international training courses taught in Spanish and held in Ecuador, and two regional courses for international project teams in the PROARCA-Costas project in Central America.  Designed and co-led international course on Estuary Management for teams from Belize, Jamaica, Thailand and Korea in Sarasota Bay, Florida.

Senior advisor, Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Program.  (1975 to Present) Assist in preparing the Rhode Island Ports and Commercial Harbors study, the Habitat policies chapter of the Special area plan for the Aquidneck Island West Side, and climate vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning in a pilot project “Climate change vulnerability assessment and adaptation plan for the South Kingstown Land Trust”.  Preparation of the Marine Resources Development Plan for Rhode Island (adopted by Rhode Island in 2006).  Special area plans for Greenwich Bay, Providence Harbor.  Social network analysis and systems modeling of coastal program development.

Investigator, Sustainable Development Practices in Priority Coastal Environments of the Gulf of California : (2002-2007) Marinas and Shrimp Mariculture.  Developed information systems and products for providing bi-lingual access to marina and shrimp industry good practice documents.  Participated in scientific assessment of tuna ranching industry off Baja California including modeling of business dynamics.

Senior advisor,  Conserving Critical Coastal Ecosystems in Mexico. (1995 to 2003) USAID Mexico.  Design and advise project team in preparation of special area management plan in Santa Maria Bay, Sinaloa. Collaborated in project development and management and lessons learned book.  Provided technical assistance to local and area wide planning activities in Quintana Roo state and to partners in the Gulf of California Region.

Program manager, Ecuador Coastal Resource Management Project. (1986 to 2000) U.S Agency for International Development and the Interamerican Development Bank.  Senior planner and co- manager along with Ecuadorian counterpart for $3 million USAID funded effort over eight years which in turn leveraged a $15 million low-interest loan as one of the first coastal management projects of the Inter-American Development Bank.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Agbogah, K., Robadue, D., Kankum, S. 2014. The Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Governance (ICFG) Program for the Western Region of Ghana, Year 4 Final Report, 2014. September 4, 2009 to January 13, 2014. Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island. PW016. 75 pp.

Robadue, D., Robadue, C., Rubinoff, P., Stevens, H.  2014.  From Vulnerability Assessment to Adaptation SUCCESS.  YouTube Video.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU2bXWNj5bs   Length:  9:55

Ruddock K, August PV, Damon C, LaBash C, Rubinoff P, Robadue, D. 2013. Conservation in the Context of Climate Change: Practical Guidelines for Land Protection at Local Scales. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80874. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080874

Rubinoff, P., Riccitelli, J., Collins, C., Robadue, D., August, P., Damon, C., Ruddock, K., Chaffee, C., Ryan, A., Horton-Hall, E., Rubin, C. 2013.  Building Capacity To Adapt To Climate Change Through Local Conservation Efforts: A South Kingstown Land Trust Pilot Project.  Narragansett, RI:  Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island.

Kankam, S., Robadue D. 2013. Model Bye-laws for Coastal Management in Ghana: Experiences from Shama District, Western Region. Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Governance Initiative (ICFG) for the Western Region of Ghana. Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, and Friends of the Nation. 29 pp

Coastal Resources Center. 2013.  A Proposal for a Fresh Approach to Coastal Governance in Ghana’s Western Region.  Contributors: Stephen B. Olsen, Kofi Agbogah, Stephen Kankam, Kofie Agama, Donald Robadue, Christopher Cripps and Glenn Page. Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island 

Adupong, R., Fenn. M., Inkoom, J., Kankam, S., Robadue, D.,Stevens, H., Yamoah, K.  2013. Adaptive Capacity for Resilient Coastal Communities: Climate Change and Natural Hazards Issues in Coastal Districts of Ghana’s Western Region. Narragansett: Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island. 70 pp.

Torell, E., Redding, C., Blaney, C., Hernandez, E., Sison, O., Dyegula, J., Robadue, D. 2012. Population, health, and environment situational analysis for the Saadani National Park Area, Tanzania. Ocean & Coastal Management,Volume 66, September 2012, Pages 1–11.

Robadue, D. 2012. Modeling for Policy Change: A Feedback Perspective on Improving the Effectiveness of Coastal and Marine Management.  Ph. D. dissertation submitted to the Department of Informatics, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York.

Mkama, W., A. Mposo, M. Mselemu, J. Tobey, P. Kajubili, D. Robadue, J. Daffa, 2011, Fisheries Value Chain Analysis, Bagamoyo District, Tanzania, Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA

Robadue, D., Torell, E.  2011. Embracing Policy Dynamics in The Design And Monitoring Of Development Assistance: The Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. Presented to the 2011 Fall Research Conference, Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, Seeking Solutions to Complex Policy and Management Problems, November 5, 2011, Washington, D.C.

Robadue, D., Gladding, E., Torell, E., Bruce, L., Edmond, J. 2011. Supporting Networks Of Practice Fostering The Population- Health - Environment (PHE) Approach In Coastal Areas.  Presented to Coastal Zone 2011, July 17-21, 2011, Chicago, Illinois.

Tobey, J., H. Meena, M. Lugenja, J. Mahenge, W. Mkama and D. Robadue, 2011, Village Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning: Mlingotini and Kitonga, Bagamoyo District, Tanzania, Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA, 20 pp.

Robadue, D., Robadue, C., Rubinoff, P., Stevens, H. and Fenn, M. 2012.  Climate Change Adaptation for the Coastal Communities of Ghana’s Western Region.  YouTube Video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwImELD3gHc  length: 4:42

Robadue, D., Robadue, C., Rubinoff, P., Tobey, J., and Mahenge, J. 2011.  Climate Change Adaptation for Tanzania’s Coastal Villages.  YouTube Video. http://youtu.be/rLMin-WamN0   length: 10:32

Torell,E., Robadue, D. 2011.  Introduction to livelihoods and PHE.  Overview Article of theme issue on Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) and livelihoods., BALANCED Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2.

Robadue, D., E. Gladding, J. Edmond, E, Torell. 2011. Practice, Harvest and Exchange: Exploring and Mapping the Global Population, Health, Environment (PHE) Network of Practice. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island. Pp 36.

Robadue, D. 2010. Concerted Action for Successful Coastal Communities in Tanzania: Perspectives and Lessons from the Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership 2006-2009. The Coastal Society 22nd International Conference, Wilmington, N.C.  June 13-16, 2010.

Robadue, D. 2010. How Can We Help Developing Coastal Countries Improve the Chances for Success in Adapting to Climate Change?  The Coastal Society 22nd International Conference, Wilmington, N.C.  June 13-16, 2010.

Torell, E., Tobey, J., Mahenge, J., Mkama, W., Robadue, D. 2010. Climate change along the North Coast of Tanzania: Community-Based Adaptation Planning with a Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Lens.  BALANCED Newsletter, Vol. 1 No. 2.

Robadue, D., Edmond, J. 2010. “Topic Mapping for Organizing Document Collections Online: An example of the population, health, environment (PHE) approach and the Knowledge for Health platform. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island BALANCED Project.

McCann, J., Becker, A., Wilson, A., Bannon, R., Robadue, D., Damon, C.  2010. The Rhode Island Ports Inventory.  Presented to The Working Waterways and Waterfronts National Symposium on Water Access.  September 27-30, 2010.  Portland, Maine.

Tobey, J.,  Pamela Rubinoff, Donald Robadue, Jr., Glen Ricci, Richard Volk, John Furlow And Glen Anderson. 2010. Practicing Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change: Lessons from Integrated Coastal Management. Coastal Management Volume 38, Issue 3, 317-335. DOI: 10.1080/089207

Robadue, D., Bowen, R., Caille, G., Paez, D., Mmochi, A. 2010. How Digital Is What Divides Us? Global networks of practice for coastal management. Coastal Management Journal. 38:3 291-316. 

Becker, A., Wilson, A., Bannon, R., McCann, J., Robadue, D., Kennedy, S.  2010. Rhode Island Ports & Commercial Harbors. A GIS-Based Inventory of Current Uses and Infrastructure.  Rhode Island Statewide Planning Program. Providence, RI  pp 177.

Robadue, D., Bowen, R. 2010.  How Digital Is What Divides Us? The Role Of Information And Communication Technology (ICT) In Support Of Regional Networks Of Leaders Working Toward Sustainable Coastal Communities And Ecosystems. Presentation and abstract, Coastal Zone 2009, July 21-24, 2009. Boston, MA.

Robadue, D., Becker, A., Bannon, R., Wilson, A. 2009. Rhode Island Ports Inventory. GIS Data Base and Report to Office of Statewide Planning, Providence, RI. Pp 18,

Tobey, J., P. Rubinoff, D. Robadue, G. Ricci, G. Anderson, J. Furlow, R. Volk, L. Squillante, 2009. Adapting to Coastal Climate Change: A Guidebook for Development Planners, Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA

Robadue, D.,Tobey, J., Mandari, A., Daffa, J. 2009. Water, people and nature in a Tanzanian coastal watershed: fostering ecosystem and social ties that build, not bind. Presentation and abstract, Coastal Zone 2009, July 21-24, 2009. Boston, MA.

Robadue, D., J. Tobey, and A. Mandari. 2009. Improving Local Community Livelihoods and Sustainable Water Management, Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA, 26 pp.

Robadue, D., Becker, A., Bannon, R., Wilson, A. 2009. Understanding the Future of Rhode Island's Ports and Commercial Harbors: information toward insight on the future of water dependent uses in the Ocean State. Poster, Coastal Zone 2009, July 21-24, 2009. Boston, MA.

Robadue, D., M. Epps. 2009. Can climate change adaptation be mainstreamed?, Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation Strategies and Actions for Coastal Areas, held at the World Ocean Conference, Manado, Indonesia. May 11, 2009  Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA, 2 pp.

Robadue, D., J. Tobey, S. Nundwe, B. Kalangahe, F. Sobo. 2009. Decentralized Minor Permitting Procedure for Pond Mariculture, Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI USA, 38 pp

Zertuche-González José A., Sosa-Nishizaki Oscar, Vaca Rodriguez Juan G., del Moral Simanek Raul, Costa-Pierce Barry A., Yarish Charles, Guzman-Calderon Jose Manuel, Chong- Robles Jennyfers, Leyva-Garcia Ivan Abiut, Robadue Don, Heupel Eric. 2008. A marine science assessment of capture-based tuna (Thunnus orientalis) aquaculture in the Ensenada region of northern Baja California, Mexico. Presented to The David and Lucille Packard Foundation.

Robadue, D. (2007)  Environmental Security and Integrated Water and Coastal Resources Management: a Multi-faceted Challenge Requiring a Systematic Approach.  Basins&Coasts, Volume 1, Issue 2.  Online E-Journal. http://www.imcafs.org/coastsheds/index.php

Robadue, D.  2007. Perspectives on Environmental Security and Peacemaking: Pathways and Pointers from the Woodrow Wilson Institute’s Environmental Change and Security Program. Basins&Coasts, Volume 1, Issue 2.  Online E-Journal. http://www.imcafs.org/coastsheds/index.php

Robadue, D., and R. del Moral Simanek.  2007. A system dynamics perspective on a global fishing enterprise: The case of tuna ranching in Mexico.  The 25th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society Boston, Massachusetts, July 29 – August 2, 2007

Robadue, D., McCann, J., Fugate, G. 2007. The MetroBay Special Area Management Plan: A Rhode Island Coastal Policy Network. Extended Abstract accepted in proceedings, and paper to be presented at Coastal Zone 2007, Portland Oregon, July 22 to 26, 2007

Robadue, Jr., Donald D., and Virginia Lee.  2006. Coastal Resources Management and  Special Area Management Plans.  Presented to “Charting a New Course:  Shaping Solutions for the Coast”. The Coastal Society. The 20th International Conference. May 14-17, 2006, St. Pete Beach, Florida

Robadue, Jr., Donald D.,  Virginia Lee, Stephen Olsen, Pam Rubinoff, Kip Bergstrom, Grover Fugate, Jeff Willis, Kelly Mahoney, Ken Payne. 2006.  Strengthening The Governance Framework For Special Area  Management In Rhode Island:  The Marine Resources Development Plan And Its Implementation.  Proceedings of “Charting a New Course:  Shaping Solutions for the Coast”. The Coastal Society. The 20th International Conference. May 14-17, 2006, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Coastal Resources Management Council, 2006.  The Marine Resources Development Plan.  Lead author: Don Robadue.  Available at http://www.crmc.ri.gov/projects/mrdp/MRDP_Final_Jan10.pdf

Robadue, D. 2005. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership Phase 3 Program Assessment May 2003 to September 2005. Narragansett: Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island

Robadue, D.  2005. Understanding The Dynamics Of Coastal Resources Management: Exploring Past Experience And Moving Toward An Ecosystem Management Approach.  Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, July 17-21 Boston, Massachusetts. http://cgi.albany.edu/~sdsweb/sds2005.cgi?P423

Cepeda, M.F.,  Robadue, D. 2005. Análisis de gobernanza en torno a los impactos derivados de cambios en flujos de agua dulce a Laguna de Términos. Mérida, Yucatan, México: Pronatura Peninsula de Yucatan, A. C.

Olsen, S.B., Robadue, D., Oczkowski, A., Calderon, R., Bach, L., & Cepeda, M.F. 2005. Level one site profile: Laguna de Términos and its watershed, Mexico. Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island

Bach, L., Calderon, R., Cepeda, M. F., Oczkowski, A., Olsen, S.B., Robadue, D . 2005. Resumen del Perfil de Primer Nivel del Sitio Laguna de Términos y su Cuenca, México Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island

Thaman, B., Robadue, D. and Ricci, G. 2005. Strengthening a Nested System of Coastal Management in Fiji: Progress and Lessons Learned Towards Integrated Coastal Management on the Coral Coast and Implications for National Policy.  Joint Project between Government of Fiji, IAS (USP) and CRC (University of Rhode Island.  IAS Environmental Studies Report No. 162, 53p.

Villalba-Loera, A , Robadue, D., Toscano-Alatorre. A. 2004. Strategies  for Conservation  and Development in Santa Maria Bay,  Mexico. In: E. Rivera Arriaga, G. Villalobos Zapata, F. Rosado May, I. Azuz Adeath, editors, Coastal Management in Mexico. Joint publication of the University of Quintana Roo, the Mexican Environmental Agency, CETYS University and University of Campeche Center for Ecology, Fisheries and Oceanography.

Robadue, D. Calderon, R,  Oczkowski, A., Bach, L.  Cepeda, M. 2004.  Characterization of the Region of the Laguna de Términos Campeche, Mexico Level One Profile, Fresh Water Inflow to Estuaries Project .The Nature Conservancy and the University of Rhode Island

Robadue, D., P. Rubinoff. 2004. Testing and refining marina siting guidelines in two sites in Mexico. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island. 8 pp.

Robadue, D., Hale, L., Seville, D. 2004.  A World Of Learning In Coastal Management: Crafting Nested Governance Systems In A Changing World.  Presented to The Coastal Society Nineteenth International Conference, Newport, Rhode Island May 23-26, 2004.

Robadue, D., Hale, L., Seville, D.  2003. Always Build a Better Nest: Strategies from the Field For Sustaining Local Success And Extending The Reach Of Coastal Management Initiatives. In: Crafting Coastal Governance in a Changing World.  CRC/USAID Coastal Resources Management Project.  University of Rhode Island. 

Robadue, D. and P. Rubinoff. 2003.  Conserving critical coastal ecosystems in Mexico: capacity building and strategic innovation for the sustainable development of coastal communities and regions.  In: Crafting Coastal Governance in a Changing World.  CRC/USAID Coastal Resources Management Project.  University of Rhode Island. 

Robadue, D, and  P. Rubinoff. 2003. Capacity building and Strategic Innovation:  Conserving Critical Coastal Ecosystems in Mexico: Collaboration Toward Coastal Management, 1996-2003. Report to the USAID/Mexico Mission. 120 pp.

Robadue, D. 2003. Gender Equity – A Vital Dimension to Coastal Management Success.  Presented to Coastal Zone 2003, Baltimore Maryland, July 13-17, 2003.

Commission for the Conservation and Development of Santa Maria Bay, Sinaloa, Mexico.  2002.  Strategy for the Conservation and Development of Santa Maria Bay.  Conservation International Mexico, University of Sinaloa and the Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island.

Thaman, B., Aalbersberg, B., Robadue, D. and Hale, L.  Sustainable Coastal Resources Management for Fiji.  A Background Paper prepared for the Fiji National Workshop on Integrated Coastal Management: April 9-11, 2002.  IAS Environmental Studies Report No. 109, USP, 46p.

Robadue, D and L. Hale. 2002. International Experience in Integrated Coastal Resources Management. Presented to the Fiji National Workshop on Integrated Coastal Resources Management, April 9-11, 2002, Suva Fiji. 39 pages.

Haws, M. Ochoa, E., Robadue, D., Rubinoff, P., Tobey, J., Villalba, A. 2001. Good Management Practices For Sustainable Shrimp Production In Coastal Habitats Project Findings and Recommendations for a Phase II Work Program.

Robadue, D. 2000.  Selected publications on  coastal  management.  A collection of publicly available literature in English on Compact Disc.  First edition prepared for the 2000 Summer Institute on Coastal Management, May, 2000.  (Also, a collection of publicly available literature in Spanish on Compact Disc.  First edition, June 1999).  Narragansett, R.I.: Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island.

Kerr, M. and Robadue. D. 1999.  The watershed approach for Rhode Island.  Draft proposal prepared for the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.

Robadue, D. 1999.  Charting a course through the stormy world of coastal program implementation.  Intercoast Network Newsletter 33, Focus on implementation and compliance. Theme advisor.  Narragansett R.I., Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island.

Creel, J.B., Sántos, C.L., McCann, J., Molina, C., Carranza, J., Rubinoff, P., Goddard, T., Robadue, D. and L. Hale. 1998. Participatory coastal and marine management in Quintana Roo, Mexico, paper presented at International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium, Townsville, Australia, Nov. 23-26.

Robadue, D. 1997. Balancing the needs of coastal communities: shrimp mariculture industry and mangrove conservation, Esmeraldas, Ecuador. Connect. UNESCO International Science, Technology, and Environmental Education Newsletter, Vol. XXII, No. 3/4. Paris, France.

Olsen, S., Tobey J., Robadue D., and Ochoa E. 1996. Coastal Management in Latin America and the Caribbean. Draft report submitted to the Inter-American Development Bank. Washington, D.C.

Robadue, D. editor and translator. 1995. Eight Years in Ecuador: The Road to Integrated Coastal Management. Narragansett, RI: Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island

Boothroyd, J., H. Ayon, D. Robadue, J. Vasconez, R. Noboa.  1994.  Shoreline characteristics and management recommendations for the coast of Ecuador.  Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island  Technical Report 2076.

Twilley, R. , A. Bodero and D. Robadue. 1993. Mangrove ecosystem biodiversity and conservation in Ecuador. In J. Cohen, C. Potter, and D. Janczewski eds., The potential of biodiversity: Case studies of genetic resource conservation and development. Waldorf, Maryland: American Association for the Advancement of Science Books.

Robadue, D. and L. Arriaga. 1993. Policies and programs toward sustainable coastal development in Ecuador's special area management zones: Creating vision, consensus, and capacity. In Coastal Zone '93, eds., O.T. Magoon, W.S. Wilson, and H. Converse, pp. 2668-2682. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

Twilley, R. , A. Bodero and D. Robadue. 1993. Mangrove ecosystem biodiversity and conservation in Ecuador. In J. Cohen, C. Potter, and D. Janczewski eds., The potential of biodiversity: Case studies of genetic resource conservation and development. Waldorf, Maryland: American Association for the Advancement of Science Books.

Imperial, M., T. Hennessey and D. Robadue. 1993. The evolution of adaptive management for estuarine ecosystems the National Estuary Program and its precursors. Ocean and Coastal Management. Volume 20, pp. 147-180.

Olsen, S. D. Robadue and L. Arriaga. 1993. "Atacames Special Area Management Plan: Atacames-Sua Muisne." Technical Report #2077. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island. Narragansett, RI. English.

Imperial, M., D. Robadue, and T. Hennessey. 1992. An evolutionary perspective on the development and assessment of the National Estuary Program. Coastal Management. Volume 20, pp.311-341.

Ecuador Coastal Resources Management Program Technical team: 1992.  Special area management plans for the coastal areas of:

Atacames-Sua-Muisne, Esmeraldas Province. 81 pps. (Spanish)

Bahia de Caraquez-San Vicente-Canoa, Manabi Province. 97  pps. (Spanish)

San Pedro-Valdivia-Manglaralto, Guayas Province.  63 pps.  (Spanish)

Playas-Posorja-Puerto El Morro, Guayas Province.  70 pps.  (Spanish)

Machala-Puerto Bolivar-Jambeli, El Oro Province.  77 pps.  (Spanish)

Needham, Brian and Donald Robadue. 1990. Historical Review of Water Quality Management and Pollution Abatement in Narragansett Bay. Coastal Resources Center. (NBP 90-45).

Robadue, D. 1990. Special area management as a basic method for planning and guiding the development of Ecuador’s coastal resources.   Presented to the Coastal Society Twelfth International Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 21-24, 1990.

Perez, E. and D. Robadue. 1989. Institutional aspects of shrimp mariculture in Ecuador. In S. Olsen and L. Arriaga, eds. A sustainable shrimp mariculture industry for Ecuador. Coastal Resources Center, Technical Report E-6.

Hennessey, T. and Robadue, D.D. 1987. A comparison of the governance of Narragansett and San Francisco bays: The role of adaptive implementation. In: Proceedings of the Tenth National Conference, Estuarine and Coastal Management, Tools of the Trade. New Orleans, LA, 12-15 Oct. 1986. Lynch, M.P. and McDonald, K.L. (ed.). Vol. 1, pp. 73-86.

Hennessey, T. and D. Robadue, Jr. 1986. Lessons from the experiment in estuary governance: establishing evaluative criteria. Proceedings of Oceans ’87, “The International Workplace,” Volume 5: Coastal and Estuarine Pollution. RIU-R-86-011.

Robadue, D. Jr., and T. Hennessey. 1986. A comparative framework for understanding estuary governance: theory and examples. “Coastal Zone ’87,” Proceedings. RIU-R-86-007.

Robadue, D. Jr., and T. Hennessey. 1986. A comparison of the governance of Narragansett and San Francisco bays. The role of adaptive implementation. “Tenth National Conference of the Coastal Society” Proceedings. Estuarine Management: Tools of the Trade. RIU-R-86-006.

Robadue, D. Jr. and T. Hennessey. 1986. The governance of Narragansett Bay: a lively experiment. “Narragansett Bay Symposium” Proceedings. RIU-R-96-008.

Robadue, D., T. Hennessey and D. Kaiser. 1986.  Adaptive Implementation and Coastal Ecosystem Management: The Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, 1971-1986.  Presented to the American Political Science Association, November, 1986.

Robadue, D. 1983. Providence Harbor: A Special Area Management Plan.  Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, Narragansett, RI.

Robadue, D., R. McKillop, D. Molzan. 1982. The Port Industry in Providence Harbor. Coastal Resources Center. 60 pp.

Olsen, Stephen, Donald D. Robadue, Jr., and Virginia Lee. 1980. An Interpretive Atlas of Narragansett Bay. Coastal Resources Center. URI Marine Bulletin 40.

Robadue, Donald, and Virginia Lee. 1980. Upper Narragansett Bay: An Urban Estuary in Transition.  Coastal Resources Center. URI Marine Technical Report 79.

Robadue, D, and V. Tippie.  1980.  Public Involvement in Offshore Oil Development:  Lessons from New England.  Coastal Zone Management Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2-3-4.  Crane, Russak & Co.

Robadue, D. 1979.  Energy Use and Facility Siting in Rhode Island.  Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island.  Marine Technical Report 74.  Narragansett, R.I.

Tippie, V. and D. Robadue. 1978.  Environmental Planning for Offshore Oil and Gas.  Volume V:  Regional Status Reports.  Part 1: New England.  Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.  FWS/OBS-77/16.1.  March 1978.

Coastal Resources Center. 1977.  The Redevelopment of Quonset Point/Davisville:  An Environmental Assessment.  Prepared for the Rhode Island Department of Economic Development.

 

AREAS OF TECHNICAL EXPERTISE:

Coastal Resources Management Planning and Policy, Information Systems Science, Policy and Systems Modeling, Training, Special Area Management

GEOGRAPHIC INTERNATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE:

Central America, Ecuador, Fiji, Ghana, Mexico, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand

LANGUAGES:  English, Spanish