By: Jack Sobel and Craig Dahlgren
220 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
Provides a synthesis of information on the underlying science, as well as design and implementation issues. It describes the need for marine reserves and their potential benefits, examines how reserves can be designed to achieve specific objectives, and considers gaps in our knowledge and the research needed to address those gaps. It includes 3 case studies from California, Belize and the Bahamas.
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