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Status of marine protected areas and fish refugia in the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem

@inproceedings{Christie2011StatusOM,
  title={Status of marine protected areas and fish refugia in the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem},
  author={Patrick Christie and L. K. Ole-Moiyoi},
  year={2011}
}
The report reviews the status of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and Fish Refugia in the Bay of Bengal. Baseline studies are presented and current and potential linkages between MPAs and fisheries management discussed. Feedback from a a workshop in Penang is also presented. 

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