Challenges and Prospects of Fisheries Co-Management under a Marine Extractive Reserve Framework in Northeastern Brazil

@article{Moura2009ChallengesAP,
  title={Challenges and Prospects of Fisheries Co-Management under a Marine Extractive Reserve Framework in Northeastern Brazil},
  author={R. L. de Moura and C. Minte-Vera and I. B. Curado and R. Francini-Filho and H{\'e}lio De Castro Lima Rodrigues and G. F. Dutra and D. C. Alves and F. J. B. Souto},
  journal={Coastal Management},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={617 - 632}
}
In Brazil, Marine Extractive Reserves—MERs (Reservas Extrativistas Marinhas) represent the most significant government-supported effort to protect the common property resources upon which traditional small-scale fishers depend. From an initial small-scale experience in 1992, MERs have expanded countrywide, now encompassing 30 units (9,700 km2) and nearly 60,000 fishers. Despite such escalating interest in the model, there is little research on the effectiveness of MERs. In this article, we… Expand
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