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Title: Rapid Assessment of Management Parameters for Coral Reefs.
Authors: Pollnac, Richard B.
Keywords: coral reef management
human ecology
ecosystem management
human factors
data collection
socioeconomic monitoring
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, Rhode Island.
Series/Report no.: Coastal Management Report
#2205
ICLARM Contribution
#1445
Abstract: In 1995, the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) was launched to call attention to the alarming decline of the world’s coral reefs and to catalyze a response to reverse current trends. Through regional and global consultative meetings, action strategies were developed that focused on four elements: • Management • Capacity building • Research and monitoring • Review. Critical to the success of ICRI and efforts to better manage coral reefs and associated marine ecosystems, is the need to track trends of their condition, use and governance. Includes "Guidelines for Entering Human Factors Into ReefBase."
Description: p. 206, Figures, tables. Bibliography p. 201-206.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/116
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