University of Washington
School of Marine Affairs and
Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
3707 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98105-6715
telephone: (206) 685-6661
B.S. 1987 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Zoology
M.S. 1993 University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Conservation Biology
Ph.D. 1999 University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment
Dissertation title: “In a Country Without Forest, No Life is Good”: Participatory Action Research in the Neo-Liberal Context of Nicaragua.
2012-present: Professor, University of Washington
2007-2012: Associate Professor, University of Washington
2002- 2007: Assistant Professor, University of Washington
2001-2002: Research Assistant Professor, School of Marine Affairs
1999-2001: Research Associate, School of Marine Affairs
1987-1990: U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, marine fisheries program, Philippines
2007-2011: Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation
2004: Nominee for Marsha L. Landolt Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award
1999-2001: National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education
1997-1998: Pre-doctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan
1996-1997: Inter-American Foundation Fellowship for research in Nicaragua
1994-1995: Fulbright Fellowship for research in Nicaragua
1987: Graduation with Distinction, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2011-: Member of College of Environment Diversity Affairs committee
2010- : Member of UW Program on the Environment Steering committee
2010 Member of UW College of Environment Human Dimensions working group
2009 Member of UW College of Environment Vision and Governance committee
2007- : SMA minority student affairs coordinator
2005- : SMA admissions committee member
2005- : Allied Faculty member for the UW Environmental Anthropology program.
2003-2005: UW Faculty Senate Member.
2003-2007 : College Council Alternate, College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences.
2002- : Faculty Steering Group Member for the JSIS Center for Global Studies (CGS), active member of Southeast Asia Center faculty group
Professional Society Committee Service:
The Coastal Society, elected National Board Member, 2006-2008
Invited external reviewer for NOAA MPA Center, 2011.
Invited external reviewer for NOAA Coral Reefs Conservation Program. September, 2007.
Contracted technical advisor to TetraTech, Inc./ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Hawaii (2004, 2008), US Agency for International Development (USAID) Philippines (2005) and global programs (2006)
Contracted technical advisor to Inter-American Development Bank project in Ecuador (2001 and 2002), PATH Foundation in the Philippines (2003), John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (2004), Living Oceans Society Canada (2004), Packard Foundation (2005), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (2005, 2006,2007,2008, 2009), World Bank (2006), The Nature Conservancy (2008), United Nations Environment Program (2012).
Invited MacArthur Foundation Fellowship nominator. 2010.
Invited external reviewer for Packard Foundation Science and Conservation program’s strategy. 2009.
Board of Directors member for Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation, Philippines. 2005-
Advisory Committee member for the global Marine Socioeconomic Monitoring Initiative. 2006-
I review an average of 6 manuscripts per year for Science, Conservation Biology, Coral Reefs, Environmental Management, Journal of Environment and Development, Ocean and Coastal Management, Society and Natural Resources and other journals.
I review an average of 4 grants per year for National Science Foundation, NOAA, UC Davis Wildlife, Sea Grant, Health Center’s SeaDoc Society, Royal Research Society, the Danish Government
Workshops, Conferences and Symposia Coordinated:
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. 2012. The Costs of Conservation: Impacts on Coastal Livelihoods, Health, and Equity. Session co-organizer (with Josh Cinner). Vancouver.
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. 2011. Marine Protected Areas in the Salish Sea – a transboundary exploration. Session co-organizer. Vancouver, BC.
Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting. 2011. The human context of Puget Sound marine reserves: social impacts on governance. Session co-organizer (with Richard Pollnac). Seattle.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. 2010. Ensuring marine policy is responsive to social dynamics and management experience. Symposium co-organizer (with Richard Pollnac). San Diego.
International Marine Conservation Congress. 2009. Improving EBM and MPA network governance: Managinag at the proper scale. Symposium organizer.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. 2007. Governance feasibility of marine ecosystem-based management: A comparative analysis. Symposium co- organizer (with Dr. Robert Pomeroy). San Francisco.
3rd International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium (ITMEMS3). October 2006. Session co-organizer (with Dominique Benzaken) for fisheries and aquaculture theme. Cozumel, Mexico.
Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (WCAAS) annual meeting. 2004. Session organizer. Exploring Filipino marine conservation: Critical issues and complex responses. Seattle.
Colonialism, Nationalism and Globalization: The Philippines and Filipino Americans. 2004.
Symposium co-organizer and panel organizer. JSIS and Southeast Asia Center.
10th International Coral Reef Symposium. 2004. Session organizer. Community-based coral reef management. Okinawa, Japan.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. 2004. Symposium organizer. Human dimensions of MPAs. Seattle.
Uncertain Futures, A Critical Examination of Environment Management in Southeast Asia. 2003. Symposium organizer. SMA, JSIS and PoE.
Coastal Zone ’03. Session co-organizer (with Dr. Elin Torrell). Learning agendas for integrated coastal management. Baltimore.
Coastal Zone Asia Pacific conference. 2002. Steering committee member. Bangkok, Thailand.
Integrated coastal management education strategies. 2002. Co-coordinator (with Dr. Ratana Chuenpagdee). NSF-sponsored workshop at the Coastal Zone Asia Pacific conference. Bangkok, Thailand.
Role of Indicators in ICM. 2002. Steering committee member. Workshop sponsored by the International Geographic Union and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission. Ottawa, Canada.
8th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. 2000. Session organizer. Evaluating innovative strategies for establishing marine protected areas across political, institutional, and ecological boundaries. Bellingham.
Coastal Zone ‘99. Session co-organizer (with Dr. A.T. White). Coastal management approaches in tropical countries broaden our perspectives. San Diego.
Editor-in-Chief. Coastal Management. Peer reviewed journal. 2009-present
Associate Editor Coastal Management. 1997-2008.
Associate Editor. Environment and Society. Peer reviewed journal. 2009-present
Associate Editor Conservation Letters. Peer reviewed journal. 2007-present
Member of University of Washington Press editorial committee. 2008-present
Associate Editor MPA News. 1999-present.
Scientific advisory panel member for the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) marine ecosystem based management program. 2008-2010.
Earthwatch Institute project: Saving Philippine Coral Reefs. Co-principal investigator with Dr. Alan White: 1999-2004. International volunteer coral reef monitoring program.
Teach courses at undergraduate and graduate levels in marine protected areas, integrated coastal management, environmental sociology.
Advise Masters and Doctoral students in marine policy, development studies, and environmental sociology (fifteen completed and ten ongoing Masters in Marine Affairs since 2007). Advise undergraduate Jackson School students in preparation of qualifying paper (thirteen completed qualifying papers since 2007).
Academic mentor for Society for Conservation Biology David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program postdoctoral recipient Dr. Lekelia Jenkins. 2008-2010.
Puget Sound Partnership/Environmental Protection Agency: Puget Sound Science Network Analysis $36,613 2012
National Science Foundation: International Adoption of Conservation Technologies (IntACT): Towards a New Theory of Transferring Technology in the Face of Conservation Crisis. Co-Principal Investigator Lekelia Jenkins. $345,794
Status of Marine Protected Areas and Fish Refugia in Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization $66,335 2010
Society for Conservation Biology David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship. Christie co-PI and academic advisor to Research Associate Lekelia Jenkins. $178,228 2009-2011
Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation: Human dimensions of MPA networks in the Philippines, Pew Charitable Trust $150,000 2007-2011
Understanding Lummi perspectives of Puget Sound and Marine Resource Management, Washington SeaGrant, Co-Principal Investigator Dan Burns at the Northwest Indian College $166,463 2007-2011
Governance Feasibility of Marine Ecosystem-Based Management: A Comparative Analysis, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), Co-Principal Investigator Richard Pollnac $104,000 2006-2009
Socio-Economic and Environment Impacts of CITES Listing of Seahorses, UN FAO $ 53,000 2006-2007
Maury and Vashon Island Citizen-Based Monitoring Program for Aquatic Reserve, Washington State Department of Natural Resources $ 4,000 2005
Benefits and Feasibility of Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management in the Philippines, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Co-principal investigators: H. Calumpong, R.L. Eisma-Osorio, D. Fluharty, K. Lowry, R. Pollnac, L.Talaue-McManus, A. White $ 50,000 2004-05
University of Washington Lindenberg Center travel grants (2) to support student research in the Philippines $ 4,000 2002 & 2005
Integrated Coastal Management Sustainability Research Project, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Co-principal investigators: R. de Leon, A. Fauzi, M. Hershman, C. Lowe, K. Lowry, R. Pollnac, R. Pomeroy, A. White $ 643,491 2001-2003
ICM Sustainability Education Project, National Science Foundation $ 50,000 2001-02
ICM Education Workshop, National Science Foundation, Principal investigator Ratana Chuenpagdee $ 36,300 2002
Saving Philippine Reefs, Earthwatch Institute, Principal investigator Alan White $ 31,200 2000
National Science Foundation International Program: research and travel grant $ 13,995 2000
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education. Advisors: M. Hershman and J. Richey $102,000 1999-2000
Student and Faculty Exchange Program with the Philippines, Academic Liaison Office/USAID, co-PI Marc Hershman $ 88,900 1999-01
Spanish (good speaking and reading skills), French (good reading skills), Sambal-tina (Filipino dialect, good speaking skills)
Christie, P., L. Campbell, N. Armada. In review. Community stewardship and sustainable small-scale fisheries within the broader context. S.M. Garcia, J. Rice, and A.T. Charles (Co-editors). In: Governance for Fisheries and Marine Conservation: Interactions and co-evolution. Blackwell Press.
Hoelting, K.H., C.H.Hard, P. Christie, and R.B. Pollnac. In press. Factors Affecting Support for Puget Sound Marine Protected Areas. Fisheries Research.
Combest-Friedman, C., P. Christie, E. Miles. 2012. Climate variability and coastal household perceptions of change in the Central Philippines. Journal of Environmental Management 112: 137-48.
Glaser,M., P. Christie, K. Diele, L. Dsikowitzky, S. Ferse, I. Nordhaus, A. Schlüter, K. Schwerdtner Mañez, C. Wild. In Press. Beyond status: Sustainability-enhancing processes in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems. Invited contribution to Special issue of Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (COSUST).
Hard, C.H., K.R. Hoelting, P. Christie, and R.P. Pollnac. 2012. Collaboration, legitimacy and public awareness: A case study of Puget Sound MPAs. Coastal Management 40:312-326.
Aswani S., P. Christie (Joint first author with Aswani) N.A. Muthiga, R, Mahon, J.H. Primavera, L.A. Cramer, E.B. Barbier, E.F. Granek, C.J. Kennedy, E. Wolanski, S. Hacker. 2012. The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: Reconciling with existing management systems. Marine Policy 26:1-10.
Christie, P. 2011. Creating space for interdisciplinary marine and coastal research: Five dilemmas and suggested resolutions. Environmental Conservation 38 (2): 172–186.
Agardy, T., Notarbartolo di Sciara, G., and P. Christie. 2011. Mind the gap: Addressing the shortcomings of marine protected areas through large scale marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 35: 226-232.
Green, S.J., A.T. White, P. Christie, S. Kilarski, A.B.T. Meneses, G. Samonte-Tan, L. Bunce Karrer, H. Fox, S. Campbell, J.D. Claussen. 2011. Emerging marine protected Area networks in the Coral Triangle: Lessons and way forward. Conservation and Society. 9:173-188.
Pollnac, R., P. Christie, J.E. Cinner, T. Dalton, T.M. Daw, G.E. Forrester, N.A. J. Graham, T.R. McClanahan. 2010. Marine reserves as linked social–ecological systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 107(43): 18262–18265.
Christie, P., R.B. Pollnac, E.G. Oracion, A. Sabonsolin, R. Diaz, D. Pietri. 2009. Back to basics: An empirical study demonstrating the importance of local-level dynamics for the success of tropical marine ecosystem-based management. Coastal Management 37: 349-373.
Christie, P., R.B. Pollnac, D.L. Fluharty, M.A. Hixon, G.K. Lowry, R. Mahon, D. Pietri, B.N. Tissot, A.T. White, N. Armada, R.L. Eisma-Osorio. 2009. Tropical marine EBM feasibility: A synthesis of case studies and comparative analyses. Coastal Management 37:374-385.
Armada, N., A.T. White, and P. Christie. 2009. Managing fisheries resources in Danajon Bank, Bohol, Philippines: An ecosystem-based approach. Coastal Management 37: 275-299.
Eisma-Osorio R.L., R. C. Amolo, A. P. Maypa, A.T. White, P. Christie. 2009. Scaling-up local government initiatives towards ecosystem-based fisheries management in Southeast Cebu Island, Philippines. Coastal Management 37: 291–307.
Lowry, G.T., A.T. White, P. Christie. 2009. Scaling up to networks of marine protected areas in the Philippines: Biophysical, legal, institutional and social considerations. Coastal Management 37: 335-349.
Pietri, D., P. Christie, R, Pollnac, R. Diaz, and A. Sabonsolin. 2009. Information diffusion in two marine protected area networks in the Central Visayas Region, Philippines. Coastal Management 37: 300-334.
Christie, P. and A.T. White. 2007. Best practices for improved governance of coral reef marine protected areas. Coral Reefs 26:1047-1056.
Christie, P., D.L. Fluharty, A.T. White, R.L. Eisma-Osorio, W. Jatulan 2007. Assessing the feasibility of ecosystem-based fisheries management in tropical contexts. Marine Policy 31:239-250.
Christie, P. 2005. Is integrated coastal management sustainable? Ocean and Coastal Management 48:208-232.
Christie, P. 2005. Observed and perceived environmental impacts of integrated coastal management in two Southeast Asia sites. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:252-270.
Christie, P., K. Lowry, A.T. White, E.G. Oracion, L. Sievanen, R.S. Pomeroy, R.B. Pollnac, J. Patlis, L. Eisma. 2005. Key findings from a multidisciplinary examination of integrated coastal management process sustainability. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:468-483.
Eisma, R.V., P. Christie, M.J. Hershman. 2005. Legal issues affecting sustainability of integrated coastal management in the Philippines. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:336-359.
Milne, N. and P. Christie. 2005. Financing integrated coastal management: Experiences in Mabini and Tingloy, Batangas, Philippines. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:427-447.
Oracion, E.G., M.L. Miller, P. Christie. 2005. Marine protected areas for whom? Fisheries, tourism, and solidarity in Philippine community. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:393-410.
Thiele, M.T., R.P. Pollnac, P. Christie. 2005. Relationships between coastal tourism and ICM sustainability in the Central Visayas Region of the Philippines. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:378-392.
White, A.T., P. Christie, H. D’Agnes, K. Lowry, N. Milne. 2005. Designing ICM projects for sustainability: Lessons from the Philippines and Indonesia. Ocean and Coastal Management 48:271-296.
Milne, N., R. Wright, and P. Christie. 2004. A review of integrated coastal management educational materials: Matching materials with needs. Coastal Management 32:61-75.
Christie, P., D. Makapedua and Ir. L.T.X. Lalamentik. 2003. Bio-physical impacts and links to integrated coastal management sustainability in Bunaken National Park, Indonesia. Indonesian Journal of Coastal and Marine Resources special edition 1:1-22.
Christie, P., A.T. White, B. Stockwell and C.R Jadloc. 2003. Links between environmental condition and integrated coastal management sustainability. Silliman Journal 44(1):285-323.
Christie, P., B.J. McCay, M.L. Miller, C. Lowe, A.T. White, R. Stoffle, D.L. Fluharty, L. Talaue-McManus, R. Chuenpagdee, C. Pomeroy, D.O. Suman, B.G. Blount, D. Huppert, R.L. Villahermosa Eisma, E. Oracion, K. Lowry, R.B. Pollnac. 2003c. Toward developing a complete understanding: A social science research agenda for marine protected areas. Fisheries 28(12):22-26.
Eisma, R.V., M. Hershman, and P. Christie. 2003. Legal issues affecting sustainability of integrated coastal management. Silliman Journal 44(1):138-201.
Christie, P., A.T. White and E. Deguit. 2002. Starting point or solution? Community-based marine protected areas in the Philippines. Journal of Environmental Management 66:441-454.
Kay, R. and P. Christie. 2001. The impact of the Internet on coastal management: An initial analysis. Coastal Management 29:157-181.
Olsen, S.B. and P. Christie. 2000. What are we learning from tropical coastal management experiences? Coastal Management 28:5-18.
Christie, P. and A.T. White. 1997. Trends in development of coastal area management in tropical countries: From central to community orientation. Invited article for the 25th anniversary edition of Coastal Management 25:155-181.
Christie, P. and A.T. White. 1994. Reef fish yield and reef condition for San Salvador Island, Luzon, Philippines. Asian Fisheries Science 7:135-148.
Christie, P., A.T. White and D. Buhat. 1994. Community-based resource management on San Salvador Island, the Philippines. Society and Natural Resources 7:103-117.
Christie, P., C. Hicks , P. Cohen, J. Cinner, T. McClanahan, and R.P. Pollnac. In review. Understanding people and the sea: Progress toward marine social ecological interdisciplinary science. Cambridge University Press.
Christie, P. and R.B. Pollnac. 2011. Social dynamics of scaling-up marine protected area declarations and management. Invited chapter for Marine Protected Areas: A Multidisciplinary Approach. J. Claudet (ed), pp 121-140. University of Cambridge Press.
Christie, P. and L. Eisma-Osorio. 2011. Philippines. In: FAO. National approaches to marine protected areas: case studies on policy, governance and institutional issues. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 566/2. FAO, Rome.
Food and Agriculture Organization. 2011. Fisheries management. 4. Marine protected areas and fisheries. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries No. 4, Suppl. 4. Rome. 198 p. Christie as acknowledged contributing author to various sections.
Christie, P., Oracion, E.G.; Eisma-Osorio, L. 2011. Impacts of the CITES listing of seahorses on the status of the species and on human well-being in the Philippines: a case study. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular. No. 1058. Rome:Food and Agriculture Organization. 44p. http://www.fao.org/docrep/013/i2003e/i2003e00.pdf
Christie, P. 2004. MPAs as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia. In Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools: Design, Use, and Evaluation of These Fully Protected Areas. J. B. Shipley (editor), pp 155-164. Bethesda, Maryland: American Fisheries Society.
Christie, P., D. Buhat, L.R. Garces, and A.T. White. 2003. The challenges and rewards of community-based coastal resources management: San Salvador Island, Philippines. In Contested Nature—Promoting International Biodiversity Conservation with Social Justice in the Twenty-first Century. Brechin, SR, PR Wilshusen, CL Fortwangler, and PC West (Eds.), pp. 231-249. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Christie, P., D. Bradford, R. Garth, B. Gonzalez, M. Hostetler, O. Morales, R. Rigby, B. Simmons, E. Tinkam, G. Vega, R. Vernooy and N. White. 2000. "Taking Care of What We Have”: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. Managua and Ottawa: University of Central America Center for Research and Documentation of the Atlantic Coast and the International Development Research Centre. 169 pp.
Christie, P. 2000a. The people and natural resources of Pearl Lagoon. In "Taking Care of What We Have”: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, pp 17-46. Managua and Ottawa: University of Central America Center for Research and Documentation of the Atlantic Coast and the International Development Research Centre.
Christie, P. 2000b. Walking a fine line: The dynamics of the participatory action research process. In "Taking Care of What We Have”: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, pp 127-144. Managua and Ottawa: University of Central America Center for Research and Documentation of the Atlantic Coast and the International Development Research Centre.
Christie, P., B. Simmons and N. White. 2000. CAMPlab: the coastal area monitoring project and laboratory. In "Taking Care of What We Have”: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, pp 99-126. Managua and Ottawa: University of Central America Center for Research and Documentation of the Atlantic Coast and the International Development Research Centre.
Christie, P. 2000. The biological and social dynamics influencing the sustainability of the San Salvador Island (Philippines) marine protected area. Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali: 192. Conducted research, analysis, and wrote article.
White, A.T., P. Christie, and E. Deguit. 2000. Changes and lessons (1985-2000) from two marine protected areas in the Central Philippines. Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali: 158.
Christie, P. and L. Katrina Ole-MoiYoi. 2011. Status of Marine Protected Areas and Fish Refugia in the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem. A study for the UN FAO Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem Programme. 162 pp. http://www.boblme.org/documentRepository/BOBLME-2011-Ecology-10.pdf
Marine Protected Area Networks in the Coral Triangle: Development and Lessons. USAID and The Nature Conservancy. Co-author of major report.
Alberti, M, P. Christie et al. Interactions between Natural and Human Systems in Puget Sound. Section within Sound Science report to Washington Governor Christine Gregoire.http://www.nwfsc.noaa.gov/research/shared/sound_science/documents/soundscience2007.pdf
Contributor to The Science of Marine Reserves, 2007 with J. Lubchencho et al. http://www.piscoweb.org/outreach/pubs/reserves
Christie, P. R.S. Pomeroy, et al. 2006. Fisheries Opportunities Assessment. Report to the United States Agency for International Development global programs. http://www.crc.uri.edu/download/Fish_Opp_Assess_Final_012607_508.pdf
World Bank 2006. Scaling Up Marine Management: the Role of Marine Protected Areas. World Bank report # 36635-GLB. Washington, D.C. 100 pp. (Christie co-author with J. Cordell, M. Hatziolas, J.C. Castilla) www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/
Christie, P. 2006. Implementing the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) in the South West Indian Ocean Context. Report for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. 25 pp.
Christie, P., N. Armada, A.T. White, A. Gulayan, H. Dios. 2006. Coastal Environmental and Fisheries Profile, Danajon Bank, Bohol, Philippines. Project Fisheries for Improved Harvest. Cebu City, Philippines and USAID. Available at www.oneocean.org.
Christie, P., D.L. Fluharty, A.T. White, R.L. Eisma-Osorio, K. Lowry, L. Talaue-McManus, H. Calumpong, R.B. Pollnac. 2005. Determining the Benefits and Feasibility of Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management in the Central Philippines. A report to the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. 60 pp.
Varney, A., P. Christie, Liza Eisma-Osorio, G. Labrado, M. Pinsky, A.T. White. 2010. Designing and Planning a Network of Community-Based Marine Protected Areas. University of Washington, School of Marine Affairs and Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation. 115 pp.
National Public Radio Weekday Show panel participant on ocean policy. August, 2008.
Christie, P., A.T. White, E. Deguit. 2003. Can community marine protected areas stop fish and coral reef decline? Manila Bulletin. July 3. B-8.
Milne, N., P. Christie, R.G. Oram, R.V. Eisma, and A.T. White. 2003. ICM Process Sustainability Reference Book. Cebu City. University of Washington and the Coastal Resources Management Project-Philippines, Cebu City, Philippines. 55pp.
Oram, R.G., N., Milne, P. Christie, R.V. Eisma, and R. de Leon, R. 2003. Integrated Coastal Management Process Sustainability Training Module. Silliman University Marine Laboratory, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines, and University of Washington, School of Marine Affairs, Seattle, Washington, United States. 77p.
Christie, P. 2012. Planning for mysterious change: The challenge of understanding and shaping societal responses to ocean acidification. Invited presentation at Bremen University Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT).
Christie, P. 2012. Creating Inclusive and Successful Global MPA Networks. American Association for the Advance of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. Vancouver.
Christie, P. 2011. Creating space for interdisciplinary marine and coastal research: Five dilemmas and suggested resolutions. International Conference on Environmental Future. Newcastle, UK.
Christie, P. and RB Pollnac. 2011. Social dynamics of scaling-up marine protected area declarations and management. International Marine Conservation Congress. Victoria, BC.
Christie, P. 2011. Examining collaborative environmental planning processes in distinct contexts: Comparative findings from Puget Sound and the Philippines. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA.
Christie, P. 2010. Human dimensions of marine protected area networks. Coral Triangle Initiative regional technical meeting, Phuket, Thailand. June.
Christie, P. 2010 Key note speaker at Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) national network meeting of marine scientists and educators. Seattle.
Christie, P. 2010. Grounding tropical marine ecosystem-based in local social dynamics. AAAS annual meeting. San Diego.
Christie, P. 2009. Creating governable EBM and MPA networks: An analytic framework and empirical results from the Philippines. Capitol Hill Oceans Week. Washington DC.
Christie, P. 2009. Understanding the socio-ecological dimensions of Filipino marine conservation efforts. Title VI 50th Anniversary Conference, Washington DC.
Christie, P. 2008. Emerging MPA networks in the Philippines and their governance feasibility. Invited plenary presentation at the Pew Fellows for Marine Conservation annual meeting. November. Costa Rica.
Christie, P. 2008. Socio-ecological monitoring of protected area impacts on poverty, World Conservation Congress. Barcelona, October.
Christie, P. 2008. Governance challenges of scaling up to EBM in the tropics. Invited presentation at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars. Washington, DC. September.
Christie, P. 2008. Socio-ecological impacts of MPA networks in the Philippines. Duke University Marine Lab, Annual Distinguished Speaker. Beaufort. September.
Christie, P. 2008. Keynote presentation at Portuguese League for Nature. Lisbon. July.
Christie, P. 2008. Seminar on socio-ecological monitoring at the Convention on Biological Diversity annual meeting. Rome, FAO headquarters. March.
Christie, P. 2007. Understanding ocean governance from the community to international levels. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. San Francisco. February 15-19.
Christie, P. 2006. Issues and opportunities for reforming fisheries governance in the Philippines and other tropical contexts. 3rd International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium (ITMEMS3). Cozumel, Mexico. October 16.
Christie, P. 2006. Food security: Making fisheries and coastal management relevant in the tropics. Invited presentation in the University of Washington Human Health and Oceans Center and the Northwest Fisheries Science Center Oceans and Human Health Center joint seminar series. October 10.
Christie, P. and R.S. Pomeroy. 2006. Fishing for a secure future: Opportunities for reforming fisheries governance. Invited presentation at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington DC. September 13.
Christie, P. 2006. Best practices in governance and enforcement of marine protected areas: An overview. FAO workshop, Rome, Italy.
Christie, P. 2006. Socio-ecological indicators for MPA evaluation. Invited presentation at Western Pacific Fisheries Management Council (WESTPAC) Ecosystem Social Science Workshop, Honolulu.
Christie, P. 2005. Ecosystem-based fisheries management in the Philippines. Invited presentation at FAO workshop. Maputo, Mozambique.
Christie, P. 2005. Asia coral reefs and coastal communities. Conservation… from Anthropology to Zoology. Conservation Colloquium. UW.
Christie, P. 2005. Salmon as iconic species. Puget Sound Georgia Basin Research Conference, Seattle.
Christie, P. 2005. Participatory research for fisheries planning. Invited presentation at NOAA workshop on MPA monitoring, Monterrey.
Christie, P. 2005. Socio-economic conditions in Bohol, Philippines. Invited presentation in USAID workshop on fisheries management planning. Tagbilaran, Philippines.
Christie, P. 2005. Confused goals and contested outcomes: MPAs in Southeast Asia. Invited presentation in the UW Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries, Seattle.
Christie, P. 2005. Human dimensions of MPAs. Invited presentation at “Changing Currents” workshop hosted by Simon Frasier University. Vancouver, Canada.
Christie, P. 2005. Society and MPAs: Understanding the human dimension. Invited presentation to Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee. Washington, D.C.
Christie, P. 2005. MPAs and their human dimension. Invited presentation at ‘Creating a Positive Future for Fisheries and Coastal Communities Worldwide” workshop. Dalhousie University.
Christie, P. 2004. Complex responses to marine conservation in the Philippines. Annual Meeting of the Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (WCAAS). University of Washington, Seattle.
Christie, P. 2004. The search for integrated coastal management sustainability: Results from a multidisciplinary examination in the Philippines and Indonesia. The 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan.
Christie, P. 2004. MPAs in the Philippines as biological success and social failure. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Seattle.
Christie, P. 2004. The social dimensions of MPAs. Presentation to First Nations leaders of Vancouver Island hosted by Living Oceans Society. Alert Bay, Canada.
Christie, P. 2003. MPAs as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia. Paper and presentation for the American Fisheries Society annual meeting. Quebec City, Canada.
Christie, P. R.B. Pollnac, R.S. Pomeroy. 2003. The search for integrated coastal management sustainability: Results from a multidisciplinary examination in the Philippines and Indonesia. American Fisheries Society annual meeting. Quebec City, Canada.
Christie, P. 2003. Integrated coastal management sustainability in Southeast Asia. Invited presentation at the World Bank headquarters, Washington D.C.
Christie, P. 2003. Local, but not traditional, knowledge: Understandings and management practices in post-colonial Nicaragua. Coastal Zone ‘03. Baltimore.