Conflict and Impacts of Divers and Anglers in a Marine Park

@article{Lynch2004ConflictA,
  title={
Conflict and Impacts of Divers and Anglers in a Marine Park
},
  author={Tim P Lynch and Elizabeth M. Wilkinson and Louise M. Melling and Rebecca Hamilton and Anne Macready and Sue Feary},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={196-211}
}
The New South Wales State Government (Australia) gazetted the Jervis Bay Marine Park (JBMP) in 1998. During the preparation of the draft zoning plan in 2000, societal data on two conflicting park user groups—recreational scuba divers and fishers (anglers)—was collected. While conflict resolution was a plan priority, other factors, such as cumulative environmental impacts of users and protection for the critically endangered grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus), further complicated planning… CONTINUE READING

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