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A preliminary assessment of coral bleaching in Mozambique OceanDocs
Schleyer, M.; Obura, D.; Motta, H.; Rodrigues, M.J..
The 1997-1998 El Niño southern oscillation caused elevated sea temperatures that resulted in global coral bleaching. Coral reefs constitute an important biological resource in terms of their complex biodiversity and are the basis for tropical fisheries and marine ecotourism. They represent one of Mozambique’s main coastal assets, and coastal communities and the growing tourism industry rely mainly on reef-based resources. Today, about 6.6 million people live within Mozambique’s 48 coastal administrative districts. This represents 42% of the current population (15.7 million), which is expected to grow at 3% p.a. (INE, 1998). In 1994, the population density in coastal districts was 28 persons/km2. In 1996, much higher densities were recorded in the coastal...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Coral reefs; El Nino phenomena.
Ano: 1999 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/489
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A Preliminary Assessment of Coral Bleaching in Mozambique OceanDocs
Schleyer, M.; Obura, D.; Rodrigues, M.J..
The 1997-1998 El Nino southern oscillation (ENSO) caused elevated sea temperatures that resulted in global coral bleaching. Coral reefs constitute an important biological resource in terms of their complex biodiversity and are the basis for tropical reef fisheries and marine ecotourism. They represent one of Mozambique's main coastal assets and its coastal communities and growing tourism industry rely mainly on reef-based resources. Mozambican artisanal fisheries are largely centred on reefs and are responsible for about 70% of the total catch, highlighting their importance. Most tourism similarly occurs along the coast where the best infrastructure is established, especially near the coral reefs of Pemba, Mozambique Island, the Bazaruto Archipelago,...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Coral reefs; El Nino phenomena; Tourism.
Ano: 1999 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/888
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Coral Reef Monitoring and Management in Mozambique OceanDocs
Motta, H.; Rodrigues, M.J.; Schleyer, M..
Mozambique possesses the third longest coastline along the Western Indian Ocean, extending 2700 km, much of which adjoins areas of coral reefs. The northernmost section of the coast extends for 770 km from the Rovuma River in the north (10º 20’ S) to Pebane in the south (17º 20’ S). In this section coral reefs constitute an almost continuous fringing reef on the eastern shores of the islands and the more exposed sections of the mainland coast. The central section of the coast between Pebane (17º 20’ S) and Bazaruto Island (21º 10’ S), a distance of about 950 km, is classified as a swamp coast. Twenty-four rivers discharge into the Indian Ocean along this section, each with an estuary supporting well established mangrove stands. The coastal waters are...
Tipo: Preprint Palavras-chave: Coral reefs.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/471
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Coral Reef Monitoring in Mozambique: The Program and 1999 Results OceanDocs
Gonçalves, P.M.B.; Pereira, M.A.M.; Motta, H.; Rodrigues, M.J..
Mozambique initiated a Coral Reef Management Programme (MCRMP) in 1998, with the core aim to ensure the long-term sustainable utilization of the coral reef resources of Mozambique. Within the programmed activities, the monitoring of coral reefs is one of the most important. Thus, a long-term monitoring programme was launched in 1999 with most of the monitoring stations being visited in November 1999. Several reefs along the coast were surveyed, using standardized methodology. The preliminary results of this study showed already that protected or inaccessible reefs were in better conditions than those freely exploited, and highlighted the need for management measures and establishment of marine protected areas. The present paper reviews the preliminary...
Tipo: Conference Material Palavras-chave: Coral reefs.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/435
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