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Marine Resource Management in the Hawaiian Archipelago: The Traditional Hawaiian System in Relation to the Western Approach
Over a period of many centuries the Polynesians who inhabited Hawai‘i developed a carefully regulated and sustainable “ahupua‘a” management system that integrated watershed, freshwater and nearshoreExpand
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Large marine protected areas – advantages and challenges of going big
The Aichi Biodiversity Targets were designed to promote and implement the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) by providing a framework for action to save biodiversity and enhance its benefitsExpand
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Co‐operation between large‐scale MPAs: successful experiences from the Pacific Ocean
Nations have recently committed to protecting 20–30% of the ocean at various global summits; however, marine protected areas currently cover 100 000 km2) are a new concept in global marineExpand
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One size does not fit all: the emerging frontier in large-scale marine conservation.
On the 20th anniversary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, a network of very large marine protected areas (the Big Ocean network) has emerged as a key strategy in the move to arrest marineExpand
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Why people matter in ocean governance: Incorporating human dimensions into large-scale marine protected areas
Abstract Large-scale marine protected areas (LSMPAs) are rapidly increasing. Due to their sheer size, complex socio-political realities, and distinct local cultural perspectives and economic needs,Expand
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Committing to socially responsible seafood
Ocean science must evolve to meet social challenges in the seafood sector Seafood is the world's most internationally traded food commodity. Approximately three out of every seven people globallyExpand
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Human Dimensions of Large-scale Marine Protected Areas: Advancing Research and Practice
This special issue of Coastal Management focuses on the human dimensions of large-scale marine protected areas (LSMPAs), those MPAs that are typically larger than 250,000 km2.11. Toonen et al. (2013Expand
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Coral Reefs of the High Seas: Hidden Biodiversity Hotspots in Need of Protection
Coral reefs are widely regarded as one of the top science and conservation priorities globally, as previous research has demonstrated that these ecosystems harbor an extraordinary biodiversity,Expand
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The Salas y Gómez and Nazca ridges: A review of the importance, opportunities and challenges for protecting a global diversity hotspot on the high seas
Abstract The Salas y Gomez and Nazca ridges are two seamount chains of volcanic origin, which include over 110 seamounts that collectively stretch across over 2,900 km in the southeastern Pacific.Expand
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