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Coastal Resources Co-management in Central America and the Caribbean for caribbean LME

This project arose from the observation, supported by previous studies, that the need to reform coastal resource governance in the countries of Central America and the Caribbean (CAC) is urgent. This applies particularly to small-scale fisheries (SSF) and marine protected areas (MPA) with their associated natural habitats and human socio-economic processes that comprise socialecological systems. The fisheries of the CAC region are heterogeneous, including a wide variety of types, ranges, vessels, gears, problems and approaches to management and development.

1032: Sustainable Management of the Shared Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions

12 Apr 2010

report

Coastal Resources Co-management in Central America and the Caribbean for caribbean LME.pdf

Report (2197)