From beans to breams: how participatory workshops can contribute to marine conservation planning

@inproceedings{Wheeler2008FromBT,
  title={From beans to breams: how participatory workshops can contribute to marine conservation planning},
  author={Marius J Wheeler and Frank McMinn Chambers and Rebecca Sims-Castley and Richard M. Cowling and David S. Schoeman},
  year={2008}
}
Systematic conservation planning is increasingly being used in the marine environment, but the relative paucity of data on marine patterns and process still presents a problem, particularly in developing countries. For example, along the south-eastern component of the Agulhas marine bioregion of South Africa, current data regarding the habitat availability, distribution and abundance of 10 seabream species (Sparidae) were insufficient to design a regional-scale conservation plan. We report on… CONTINUE READING