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This has led to concerted efforts in the past decade to harmonize national with global categories, not least because protected areas that are recognized in the international system enjoy greater access to conservation funding.
Tracking data and retrospective analyses of diet reveal the consequences of loss of marine subsidies for an obligate scavenger, the Andean condor.
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Over the last 10 years, the number of marine SCP studies has increased exponentially, yet there is no structured or reliable way to find information on methods, trends, and progress. For conservation outreach to become seaworthy, it needs to cultivate an amphibious capacity, capable of moving in-between and relating partly overflowing ways of knowing and being.
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The growth of environmentalism and the institution of a global conservation regime by the United Nations after the end of World War II stimulated the further proliferation of protected areas, a pattern boosted in recent decades by the development of community-based and other modes of decentralized governance Adams We show that the failure of conservation organizations to recognize the ontologically ambiguous nature of ” coral ” and ” people ” translates to a breakdown of outreach goals.
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North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans. The heterogeneity of the marine environment is thought to be the origin of marine biodiversity, often delineated in marine biogeographical provinces.
The notion of amphibiousness, we suggest, has practical and political value, in particular for reconsidering outreach and how it may be reframed as a process involving ontological dialogue. Pilot or demonstration MPAs could also be developed for areas of the high seas. We propose a framework for designing implementation strategies, taking into account three critical planning aspects: Engaging with Maritime Worlds in Indonesia.
Most coral reefs have recently experienced acute changes in benthic community structure, generally involving dominance shifts from slow-growing hard corals to fast-growing benthic invertebrates and fleshy photosynthesizers.
Coral-algae contacts predominated inshore, while cyanobacteria and turf contacts dominated offshore. However, small-scale processes that occur at the level of individual organisms remain poorly explored.
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The example application includes both lessons learned from successfully implemented plans across the engagement spectrum, and highlights key barriers that can hinder attempts to bridge the assessment-implementation gap. The world’s conservation estate continues to expand and evolve: Modelling and mapping resource overlap between seabirds and fisheries on a global scale: Both coral and the sea-dwelling Bajau people appear To illustrate this, we synthesize the roles of various environmental social science disciplines in better understanding the interaction between humans and tropical marine ecosystems in developing nations where issues arising from human— coastal interactions are particularly pronounced.
We examined genetic variation at 19 microsatellite loci among samples collected from a range of locations in the North Pacific Ocean, and for a bp mitochondrial DNA control region sequence in samples from the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans to assess genetic diversity, population structure and historic population dynamics.
Protected areas and marine turtle conservation in Costa Rica. Remember me on this computer. Five countries lead most studies, but their networks suggest potential for capacity building through collaborations.
Coral and People in Conservation Outreach in Indonesia. It may be more effective, as an interim measure, for like-minded Eksoistem to reach ekozistem general consensus to cooperate with regard to MPAs on the high seas. In the case of whale conservation, ekossistem super-whale maintains focus on whaling rather than other, arguably more pressing, threats to whale species.
Analyses using mitochondrial DNA data further reveal that these three populations are genetically different from the populations in the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, without strong lineage sorting, and that the western North Pacific population experienced a period of population expansion while the Eastern Tropical Pacific population remained stable.
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The worldwide reduction in marine mammal carcasses, especially whales, may have major consequences on the foraging ecology of scavengers, as wkosistem as on the flux of marine inputs within terrestrial ecosystems. Drawing on long-term ethnographic research in Indonesia, this article describes a conservation outreach project that attempts to educate and convert local people into coral protectors.
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