Assessing the effectiveness of a large marine protected area for reef shark conservation

@inproceedings{White2017AssessingTE,
  title={Assessing the effectiveness of a large marine protected area for reef shark conservation},
  author={Timothy D White and Aaron B. Carlisle and David A Kroodsma and Barbara A Block and Renato Casagrandi and Giulio A. De Leo and Marino Gatto and Fiorenza Micheli and Douglas J McCauley},
  year={2017}
}
Article history: Received 27 August 2016 Received in revised form 22 November 2016 Accepted 13 January 2017 Available online xxxx Large marine protected areas (MPAs) have recently been established throughout the world at an unprecedented pace, yet the value of these reserves formobile species conservation remains unclear. Reef shark populations continue to decline even within some of the largest MPAs, fueling unresolved debates over the ability of protected areas to aid mobile species that… CONTINUE READING

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