Resolving Mismatches in U.S. Ocean Governance Summary: That the oceans are in serious trouble is no longer news. Fisheries are declining, formerly abundant species are now rare, food webs are altered, and coastal ecosystems are polluted and degraded. Invasive species and diseases are proliferating and the oceans are warming. Authors: Crowder, L. B., Osherenko, G., Young, O.R.,
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Marine spatial planning: A step-by-step approach toward ecosystem-based management Summary: In this guide, they use a clear, straightforward step-by-step approach to show you how you can set up and apply MSP. Most steps are illustrated with relevant examples from the real world. Authors: Ehler, C. and F. Douvere Date: 2009 Geography: USA-National Source or Agency: IOC Manual and Guides, No.
Towards a Spatial Structure Plan for Sustainable Management for the Sea Summary: The GAUFRE project and the resulting report is the first attempt to deal with the high level of use in the BPNS in a structural manner. The project was made up of an interdisciplinary team of experts. Authors: Maes, F., Schrijvers, J., Van Lancker, V.,
The Role of Marine Spatial Planning in Sea Use Management: The Belgian Case Summary: The expansion of offshore activities and the increasing need to meet international and national commitments to biodiversity conservation have led to an enhanced interest in marine spatial planning (MSP) as a tool for sea use management. Authors: F. Douvere, F. Maes, Vanhulle, A.,