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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Zoning – Lessons From the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (Staff Paper 2002-20) Summary: Over the last 25 years a range of management tools, including zoning plans, permits, education, and more recently management plans, have been applied to regulate access and to control and mitigate impacts associated with human use of the GBRMP. Authors: Day, J. C.
Measuring effectiveness in Marine Protected Areas – principles and practice (Staff Paper 2002-42) Summary: This paper examines some of the frameworks for evaluating effectiveness that have been developed in recent years – primarily for terrestrial protected areas, but in recent years increasingly in MPAs. Authors: Day, J., Hockings, M., and G. Jones Date: 2002 Geography: INT-Australia Source or Agency: World
Marine Park Management and Monitoring – Lessons for Adaptive Management From the Great Barrier Reef (Staff Paper 2002-19)
Marine Park Management and Monitoring – Lessons for Adaptive Management From the Great Barrier Reef (Staff Paper 2002-19) Summary: Over the last 30 years, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (GBRMP) has successfully established a multiple-use spatial management approach that allows both high levels of environmental protection and a wide range of human activities. Authors: Day, J.