Workshop: Sharing for Science: Options for Standardized Data Management
James Morris is a marine ecologist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) where his research focuses on coastal marine ecology and marine spatial planning. He has led many multidisciplinary research projects and developed programs addressing coastal management challenges including invasive species, fisheries management, stock enhancement, coastal aquaculture development, and endangered species conservation. James is presently leading regional marine spatial planning studies to inform optimal siting of pioneering ocean industries, such as wind energy. James is also an adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University and North Carolina State University.