Evaluation of management effectiveness of a marine protected area: a case study for Socotra Island, Yemen

@inproceedings{AlAgwan2015EvaluationOM,
  title={Evaluation of management effectiveness of a marine protected area: a case study for Socotra Island, Yemen},
  author={Zaher Abdo Ali Al-Agwan},
  year={2015}
}
Establishing Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) can bring multiple benefits to people and communities, such as increased income from tourism development, and associated benefits from protecting the marine environment. However, the ability of MPAs to conserve marine biodiversity can be constrained, especially when they are poorly planned and the consequences of establishing these areas are not well considered. The establishment of MPAs may have inadvertent consequences such as increased poverty… CONTINUE READING

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