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Meeting global goals at regional scales and in the high seas

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Abstract


  • The establishment of MPAs is, in essence, a political process and to

    this end the great majority of MPAs have been established by national

    authorities, or by state authorities in some larger naitons. Of course

    oceanographic pattern and processes have no cognizance of political

    boundaries. Over the last decade, many regional organizations have

    been dedicating efforts to mprove larger-scale MPA planning and

    management.

UOW Authors


  •   Toropova, Caitlyn (external author)
  •   Kenchington, Richard
  •   Vierros, Marjo (external author)
  •   Bustamante, Georgina (external author)
  •   Glazer, Robert (external author)
  •   Vanzella-Khouri, Alessandra (external author)
  •   Karibuhoye, Charlotte (external author)
  •   Wenzel, Lauren (external author)
  •   Hibino, Kohei (external author)
  •   Tan, M K. (external author)
  •   Meliane, Imen (external author)
  •   Gjerde, Kristina (external author)
  •   Lefebvre, Christophe (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2010

Citation


  • Toropova, C., Kenchington, R. Ambrose., Vierros, M., Bustamante, G., Glazer, R., Vanzella-Khouri, A., Karibuhoye, C., Wenzel, L., Hibino, K., Tan, M. K., Meliane, I., Gjerde, K. & Lefebvre, C. (2010). Meeting global goals at regional scales and in the high seas. In C. Toropova, I. Meliane, D. Laffoley, E. Matthews & M. Spalding (Eds.), Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities (pp. 41-60). Switzerland: IUCN.

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  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/564

Book Title


  • Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities

Start Page


  • 41

End Page


  • 60

Abstract


  • The establishment of MPAs is, in essence, a political process and to

    this end the great majority of MPAs have been established by national

    authorities, or by state authorities in some larger naitons. Of course

    oceanographic pattern and processes have no cognizance of political

    boundaries. Over the last decade, many regional organizations have

    been dedicating efforts to mprove larger-scale MPA planning and

    management.

UOW Authors


  •   Toropova, Caitlyn (external author)
  •   Kenchington, Richard
  •   Vierros, Marjo (external author)
  •   Bustamante, Georgina (external author)
  •   Glazer, Robert (external author)
  •   Vanzella-Khouri, Alessandra (external author)
  •   Karibuhoye, Charlotte (external author)
  •   Wenzel, Lauren (external author)
  •   Hibino, Kohei (external author)
  •   Tan, M K. (external author)
  •   Meliane, Imen (external author)
  •   Gjerde, Kristina (external author)
  •   Lefebvre, Christophe (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2010

Citation


  • Toropova, C., Kenchington, R. Ambrose., Vierros, M., Bustamante, G., Glazer, R., Vanzella-Khouri, A., Karibuhoye, C., Wenzel, L., Hibino, K., Tan, M. K., Meliane, I., Gjerde, K. & Lefebvre, C. (2010). Meeting global goals at regional scales and in the high seas. In C. Toropova, I. Meliane, D. Laffoley, E. Matthews & M. Spalding (Eds.), Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities (pp. 41-60). Switzerland: IUCN.

Ro Full-text Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1569&context=lhapapers

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/564

Book Title


  • Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities

Start Page


  • 41

End Page


  • 60