Marine biodiversity and sustainability of fishing resources in Brazil: a case study of the coast of Paraná state

@article{Brandini2013MarineBA,
  title={Marine biodiversity and sustainability of fishing resources in Brazil: a case study of the coast of Paran{\'a} state},
  author={Frederico Pereira Brandini},
  journal={Regional Environmental Change},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={2127-2137}
}
  • Frederico Pereira Brandini
  • Published in Regional Environmental Change 2013
  • Economics
  • The subtropical coastal zone of Paraná state in southern Brazil is only 80 km long yet environmentally diverse, with relatively pristine coastal landscapes and high marine and coastal biodiversity supporting important artisanal fishing grounds. However, this region began to change in the early 1970s. The development of industrial harbors, as well as unregulated tourism and urban settlement and pollution caused the loss of natural habitats. In addition, commercial shrimp trawlers began to… CONTINUE READING

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