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Collaborative and community-based management of coral reefs

lessons from experience
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Kumarian Press , West Hartford, Conn
Coral reef conservation -- Citizen participation., Ecosystem management -- Citizen participa
Statementeditors, Alan T. White ... [et al.].
SeriesKumarian Press library of management for development
ContributionsWhite, Alan T.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH75 .C53 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 130 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1079794M
ISBN 101565490320
LC Control Number94003142

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: The need for community-based coral reef management --Experiences in collaborative and community-based coral reef management: Tracking sasi: the transformation of a Central Moluccan Reef Management Institution in Indonesia / Charles Zerner --Community-based coral reef and.

Collaborative and community-based management of coral reefs: lessons from experience Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The well-being of coastal communities throughout the tropics is linked to the condition of the coral reefs upon which they depend for both food and livelihoods.

Too often human uses of coral reefs are destructive and unsustainable, causing reef conditions to deteriorate rapidly. The book demonstrates how effective management of coral reefs is achieved only with the participation of the.

The first step in community-based coral reef management is often when a student or adult participates in a Reef Check EcoDiver training program or tries out a Reef Check Adventures kids book or Underwater Guide.

By learning about the reefs, participants increase their enjoyment of snorkeling or diving because they can understand the processes.

the community based coral reef management, however, is not an easy job. Experiences on the Marine Tourism Park Gili Indah (MTPGI) show that it could take a long time to establish a good andAuthor: Imam Bachtiar.

Coral reefs have served as a source of many useful products for humankind for ages. The most important product is fish. Exploitation of reef resources during the early twentieth century did not have much discernible negative effects on coral reef ecosystems in some parts of Southeast Asia (e.g.

some areas in central Philippines), probably because of the small numbers of people exploiting the Cited by: 6.

Ecosystem services and community based coral reef management institutions in post blast-fishing Indonesia Kelly Heber Dunninga,b a Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Environmental Policy and Planning, 77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MAUSA b Woods Hole Marine Policy Center, MS #41, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., Woods Hole, MAUSA.

Coral reefs are considered as a common property and their management is peculiar: it is a community-based natural resource management. The implication of local communities with their cultural norms, local history and political expedience is one of the keys of management success (Agrawal and Gibson, ).Cited by: 2.

\/ Guy Jobbins -- Longer-term impacts of climate change on coral reefs \/ Charles Sheppard -- New approaches to estimating recent ecological changes on coral reefs \/ Isabelle M.

C\u00F4t\u00E9 [and others] -- Assessing the effectiveness of marine protected areas as a tool for improving coral reef management \/ Sue Wells -- Environmental impact.

Introduction. Southeast Asia is home to the world’s largest network of coral reefs. With reef ecosystem service values estimated at $ billion U.S. annually, regional governments are trying to improve management (Tun et al., ).One method involves designing and implementing management institutions with interdisciplinary aims, including both ecological and socio-economic management by: 4.

Time for a third generation economics-based approach to coral management James Spurgeon; Collaborative and community-based conservation of coral reefs, with reference to marine reserves in the Philippines Angel C.

Alcala, Gary R. Russ and Portia Nillos; Education as a tool for coral reef conservation: lessons from marine protected areas Price: $ Timely information is critical for coral reef managers and decision-makers to implement sustainable management measures. A Coral Reef Resilience Index (CRRI) was developed with a GIS-coupled decision-making tool applicable for Caribbean coral reef ecosystems.

The CRRI is based on a five-point scale parameterized from the quantitative characterization of benthic by: 1. Abstract: Globally, management of common-pool natural resources (CPRs) has shifted from centralised government approaches to hybrid multi-scale models of governance involving state and civil society actors (e.g.

local communities and non-government organisations). These collaborative approaches to management, which include co-management and community-based management, are suggested to.

Cambridge Core - Ecology and Conservation - Coral Reef Conservation - edited by Isabelle M. Côté. Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world – they occupy less than 1% of the ocean floor, but are inhabited by at least 25% of all marine species.

Thirty-two of the 33 animal phyla are found on coral reefs, compared with nine in tropi-cal rain forests. Due to their unique complexity and diversity, coralFile Size: KB.

Blast fishing or dynamite fishing is the practice of using explosives to stun or kill schools of fish for easy collection. This often illegal practice can be extremely destructive to the surrounding ecosystem, as the explosion often destroys the underlying habitat (such as coral reefs) that supports the fish.

The frequently improvised nature of the explosives used means danger for the. Time for a third generation economics-based approach to coral management James Spurgeon; Collaborative and community-based conservation of coral reefs, with reference to marine reserves in the Philippines Angel C.

Alcala, Gary R. Russ and Portia Nillos; Education as a tool for coral reef conservation: lessons from marine protected areas. Smith, A.H. () Community involvement in coral reef monitoring for management in the Insular Caribbean, in Collaborative and Community-Based Management of Coral Reefs, Lessons from Experience, (eds A.

White (itet al.), Kumarian Press, USA, pp. Google ScholarCited by: Principles for Best Practice for Community-Based Resource Management (CBRM) in Solomon IslandsPrinciples for Best Practice for Community-Based Resource Management (CBRM) in Solomon Islands v Locally Managed Marine Area (LMMA) An LMMA is an area of sea that is designated by a local community for management of marine Size: 1MB.

12 Time for a third-generation economics-based approach to coral management [] james spurgeon 13 Collaborative and community-based conservation of coral reefs, with reference to marine reserves in the Philippines [] angel c.

alcala, garry r.

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russ and portia nillos 14 Education as a tool for coral reef conservation: lessons from marineCited by: Sponsoring public projects for all 17 villages in our subdistrict through the Collaborative Community-based Reef Management Program Sponsoring area schools with education materials Recognizing that the poorest need the most support to refrain from traditional.

Collaborative and Community-Based Management of Coral Reefs: Lessons from Experience, edited by Alan T. White, Lynne Zeitlin Hale, Yves Renard and Lafcadio Cortesi, Kumarian Press. Coral Reefs: Valuable Resources of Southeast Asia by Alan T. White, Association of Southeast Asian Nations/United States Coastal Resources Project Education.

future survival of the reefs, rather than referring to coral reefs as “Paper -parks” with litt le effective management (Hodgson, ). With the continued increase of threats to coral reefs, community -based management is key, as it will provide immediate results to coral reef health monitoring.

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The results ofAuthor: Adam Howard Feldman. To assist in mobilizing financial resources for conservation and management of coral reefs in the long-term. About Reef Watchers The Reef Watchers’ programme evolved from objective three of the project.

The programme is a community-based coral reef monitoring regime conducted by.

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Westmacott S, Cesar H, Pet-Soede L, Linden O. Coral bleaching in the Indian Ocean: socio-economic assessment of effects.

In: Cesar H (ed.) Collected Essays on the Economics of Coral Reefs. CORDIO, Kalmar, Sweden, 94– White AT. Collaborative and community-based management of coral reefs: lessons from experience. Kumarian Press. Jo is an associate of Reef Ecologic and has assisted with the Whitsunday Public Art and the Reef Restoration Project and International Coral Reef Management and Leadership Course.

She is passionate about sustainability and the interface between art, science and community. Collaborative Management: A New Proposition for Sustainable Development of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Community-based management Collaborative management and effective management Coral Reefs, 26(4), –Author: Muhammad Mehedi Masud.

i Alasdair J. Edwards1 and Edgardo D. Gomez2 1 Division of Biology, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, United Kingdom 2 Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines The views are those of the authors who acknowledge their debt to other members of the Restoration and Remediation Working Group (RRWG) of the Coral Reef Targeted File Size: 2MB.

management seeks to conserve, restore and sustainably use the biological diversity of coral reefs through protected areas and community based management. Phase 1 had 4 pilot sites another and a further 9 sites have been added for phase 2.

Program concept and design The program concept is ambitious but needs to be so given the scale of challenges in. Written by many of the world’s most experienced practitioners Fisheries Management: Progress toward sustainability is an important purchase for all fisheries scientists, managers and conservationists.

All libraries in universities and research establishments where this area is studied and taught will find this book a valuable addition to.

Low-tech coral farming and reef rehabilitation have become important community-based coral reef management tools. At least in the wider Caribbean region, these strategies have been successfully implemented to recover depleted populations of staghorn (Acropora cervicornis) and elkhorn coral (A.

palmata). They have also been used with relative success to recover depleted fish by: 2.cost coral reef restoration method, additional substrates for coral recruitment and attaching coral fragments by using clusters of designed cement blocks, was selected to show at the demonstration sites.

The local administrative office was a key agency to encourage and strengthen collaborative management for long-term benefit at each ― ―.The context and background to the Community-based Coral Reef Monitoring and Management project are outlined in the project flyer (Appendix 1).

One component of the project is the establishment of the Folkestone Marine Reserve’s Junior Coral Reef Ambassador (JCRA) Programme.