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About this book
About this book
This book discusses the benefits of ocean zoning in theory, reviews progress made in zoning around the world through a wide range of case studies, and derives lessons learned to recommend a process by which future zoning can be maximally effective and efficient.
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Ocean Management Challenges: How Ocean Zoning Can Help Overcome Them 3. Ocean Zoning Steps 4. Zoning within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (Australia) 5. Various Incarnations of Ocean Zoning in New Zealand 6. Zoning Efforts in United Kingdom Waters 7. Zoning Undertaken by the OSPAR Countries of the Northeast Atlantic 8. Zoning the Asinara Marine Park of Italy 9. Possibilities for Holistic Zoning of the Mediterranean Sea 10. Integrated Coastal Management, MPA Networks, and Large Marine Ecosystems in Africa 11. Zoning within Marine Management Initiatives in British Columbia, Canada 12. Marine Spatial Planning in the U.S. 13. Principles Underscoring Ocean Zoning Success 14. Implementing Ocean Zoning 15. Conclusions Annexes: Annex 1: IUCN Protected Area Categories Annex 2: Recommended Further Reading Index Part V: Looking to the Future: Experimentation and Innovation in a Brave New World 26. Ocean Zoning and Fisheries 27. Zoning and PES Markets: 28. Governance Options and Opportunities
Dr. Tundi Agardy is a world renowned independent conservationist. She is the author of Marine Protected Areas and Coastal Conservation (R.B. Landes, 1997) and many dozens of scientific journal articles, and led the coastal portion of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. She currently serves as Director for the MARES Program at Forest Trends, Science and Policy Director for the World Ocean Observatory, and Editor for the quarterly newsletter on Ecosystem-Based Management called MEAM.
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'As the title of this book rightly asserts, ocean zoning IS an important tool for making marine management more effective. In this comprehensive and practical compilation, Tundi Agardy explores ocean zoning as one of the central components of marine spatial planning, explaining what ocean zoning is and how it has been applied, drawing upon a number of detailed examples from around the world.' Jon Day, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia 'In view of the relentlessly increasing human dependencies on ocean resources and ecosystem services, governments are moving to improve ocean management and governance through ecosystem-based management and marine spatial planning. Ocean zoning is a critical tool for this effort. Drawing on global case studies, Tundi Agardy, a pioneering and experienced practitioner, provides a unique, timely and accessible perspective on the challenges of ocean zoning and its potential benefits.' John C. Ogden, Professor of Integrative Biology, University of South Florida, USA 'Looking out on an ailing world ocean, Tundi Agardy is a visionary in the marine planning field with a new way of thinking about the ocean. Her book draws on examples from around the world and outlines the big picture approach needed to help avert marine resource conflicts now and in the future.' Erich Hoyt, WDCS (the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society) 'Ocean Zoning is an important and timely book.' Mick Green, ECOS