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Building an Equitable Coastal Economy - Shared screen with speaker view
ASL Interpreter-Kaylee Teixeira
04:50
Kaylee.t.interpreting@gmail.com
Brandi Shelley
37:35
sure
Robin A. Barnes
39:35
Any questions, yet? Please put this in the chat!
Rebecca Malpass
41:53
Brandi, I know that coastal shrinking can be a short-term benefit to oyster farmers, as it creates more inlets for oyster reefs, but are oyster farmers having conversations around long-term impacts of coastal shrinking?
john.ettinger
45:32
Brandi and/or Steve: Does AOC enable growers to better respond to changes in salinity and other environmental variables?
Zoe Vogel
54:13
How do you keep science at the forefront when there are other stakeholders with potentially more resources and conflicting interests?
Robert Gardiner
54:19
what do AOC farmers need in the way that diversions are operated in order to keep their oysters alive and well
ASL Interpreter-Kaylee Teixeira
01:10:03
it would make your recording not accessible.
Robert Gardiner
01:15:10
what do AOC farmers need to do to protect equipment and oysters against hurricane damage, and how does the need for correct salinity levels affect planning for limiting damage?
David Crais
01:17:54
What are the macro economics of the market? Big is the industry? average revenues? etc
Charles Lally
01:18:42
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David Crais
01:25:15
Brandi’s comment about insurance is pertinent to my question about the economics of the industry. How does oyster industry financing work? I know hurricanes are a risk but how do they mitigate that risk other than “fixing” climate change?