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Shifting waters - Indonesia's dynamic marine protected area policy seascape

  title={Shifting waters - Indonesia's dynamic marine protected area policy seascape},
  author={Paul van Nimwegen},
The coastal waters of Indonesia are among the planet’s most biologically diverse. They also provide food and income for thousands of vulnerable coastal communities. These ecosystems are increasingly being degraded from overexploitation and other threats. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are essential for supporting the sustainable management of the country’s marine resources and contributing to the food security of coastal communities. However, these conservation initiatives suffer from… 

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