Requirements for marine protected areas to conserve the biodiversity of rocky reef fishes

@inproceedings{Gladstone2007RequirementsFM,
  title={Requirements for marine protected areas to conserve the biodiversity of rocky reef fishes},
  author={William Gladstone},
  year={2007}
}
1.This study describes spatial patterns in the biodiversity (species, assemblages) of rocky reef fishes at a spatial scale relevant to management, and compared the outcomes for this biodiversity from alternative procedures for selecting marine protected areas (MPAs) and from the selection of MPAs for fisheries-related objectives. 2.The study area included 104 species in two assemblage types; 36 species and 14 species occurred only in one or two locations respectively. 3.MPAs selected by… CONTINUE READING

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