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Interrelations between mangrove ecosystem, local economy and social sustainability in Caeté Estuary, North Brazil
  • M. Glaser
  • Biology
  • Wetlands Ecology and Management
  • 1 August 2003
Socio-economic priorities in mangrovevillages were, in order of importance,educational quality, occupational options, medical care, the low level ofMangroveproduct prices, access to electricity and local leadership quality, which has a centralsocio- economic function for the rural poor who live close to the mangroves. Expand
Livelihoods of Ornamental Coral Fishermen in South Sulawesi/Indonesia: Implications for Management
Collection of live coral for the marine aquarium trade has increased significantly in recent years, causing concerns over the ecological implications of this activity for the source regions. TheExpand
Asymmetric outcomes: assessing central aspects of the biological, economic and social sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery, Ucides cordatus (Ocypodidae), in North Brazil
Central aspects of the sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery in the Caete estuary, Para, North Brazil, are assessed according to biological, economic and social criteria and based on a 5-yearExpand
To cope or to sustain? Eroding long-term sustainability in an Indonesian coral reef fishery
Small-scale fisheries in coral reef areas support the livelihoods of millions of people worldwide. Anthropogenic impacts such as overfishing and climate change increasingly threaten both the reefExpand
Plausible and desirable futures in the Anthropocene: A new research agenda
While the concept of the Anthropocene reflects the past and present nature, scale and magnitude of human impacts on the Earth System, its true significance lies in how it can be used to guideExpand
Whose sustainability? Top–down participation and emergent rules in marine protected area management in Indonesia
A review of a major community-based marine protected area programme (CB-MPA) in an Indonesian island archipelago is the point of departure for this article. Despite a well-designed institutionalExpand
Allies, not aliens: increasing the role of local communities in marine protected area implementation
SUMMARY Various management approaches have been proposed to address the alarming depletion of marine coastal resources. Prominent among them are community-based management and the establishment ofExpand
Prospects for the co-management of mangrove ecosystems on the North Brazilian coast: Whose rights, whose duties and whose priorities?
This article describes the co-management approach in situations of open access to and of increasing pressure on resources, using a mangrove coastal zone in North Brazil as an example. Co-managementExpand
Sustainable Livelihoods Approach in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems: A review
Tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems (CM-SESs) differ from other social–ecological systems through the higher degree of risk and uncertainty associated with coastal and marineExpand
Towards a framework for cross-scale and multi-level analysis of coastal and marine social-ecological systems dynamics
As the Anthropocene proceeds, regional and local sustainability problems are ever more likely to originate at multiple levels of the earth system. The rate of global environmental change is nowExpand