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Edited By: AT White, L Zeitlin Hale and L Cortesi
160 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Effective management of coral reefs can only be achieved with the involvement of the community that uses it, argue the authors in this volume. The case studies here, from the US and the Pacific, reflect a variety of reef management problems in which creative approaches to community involvement are being used, by governments and NGOs alike. However, they can be utilised by anyone with an interest in preserving these beautiful and essential ecosystems.
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