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Pamela Mason

Wetlands Program

B.A., Biology. University of Delaware

M.S., Marine Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary

Email
mason@vims.edu
Office
Wetlands 106
Phone
(804) 684-7158

Research Interests

Environmental Policy, Water Quality, Resource Management and Watershed Planning.

Current Projects

  • Tidal Shoreline Management in Virginia Study.

  • Developing a Virginia Version of Bay Stat.

  • Shorelines Website for Property Owners, Industry and Managers.

  • Recommendations for Revision of the Dunes/ Beaches Guidelines.

  • Identification of management strategies for promoting aquaculture in Virginia.

  • Recommendations for Revisions to the Wetlands Guidelines.

Selected Publications

Shen, J., T. Wang, J. Herman, P. Mason, G.L. Arnold. 2008. Hypoxia in a Coastal Embayment of the Chesapeake Bay: A Model Diagnostic Study of Oxygen Dynamics. Estuaries and Coasts. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12237-008-9066-3

Woods, Helen, William Hargis Jr., Carl Hershner and Pam Mason. 2005. Disappearance of the natural emergent 3- dimensional oyster reef system of the James River, Virginia, 1871-1948. J. Shellfish Research (1):139-142.

Newton, Jennifer, P.A. Mason and Carl Hershner. 2002. Virginia's Coastal Program: Strategic Mapping of Management Goals. Final report to the Department of Environmental Quality. Richmond, Virginia.

Perry, J.E., T.A. Barnard, J.G. Bradshaw, C.T. Friedrichs, K.J. Havens, P.A. Mason, W.I. Priest, III and G.M. Silberhorn. 2001. Creating tidal salt marshes in the Chesapeake Bay. J. Coastal Research Vol. SI, No. 27:170-191.

Newton, Jennifer, P.A. Mason and Carl Hershner. 2002. Virginia's Coastal Program: Strategic Mapping of Management Goals. Final report to the Department of Environmental Quality. Richmond, Virginia.

Perry, J.E., T.A. Barnard, J.G. Bradshaw, C.T. Friedrichs, K.J. Havens, P.A. Mason, W.I. Priest, III and G.M. Silberhorn. 2001. Creating tidal salt marshes in the Chesapeake Bay. J. Coastal Research Vol. SI, No. 27:170-191.

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