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People and Reefs: Successes and Challenges in the Management of Coral Reef Marine Protected Areas

Report
By: UNEP
100 pages, Col photos, figs, maps
People and Reefs: Successes and Challenges in the Management of Coral Reef Marine Protected Areas
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  • People and Reefs: Successes and Challenges in the Management of Coral Reef Marine Protected Areas ISBN: 9789280725193 Paperback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This report documents 13 coastal coral reef management initiatives, operated under the ICRAN framework. Before discussing these case studies some of the key issues of coral reef conservation are introduced as well as a description of the role of ICRAN and the UNEP Regional Seas Programme. Although the case studies raise a variety of issues, they all highlight the threats to coral reefs; management challenges and lessons learnt.

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Report
By: UNEP
100 pages, Col photos, figs, maps
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