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Conservation of marine habitats under multiple human uses. Methods, objectives and constraints to optimize a Marine Protected Areas network in the eastern English Channel ArchiMer
Delavenne, Juliette.
The eastern English Channel is a significant economic area that supports a number of human-based activities, such as tourism and recreational activities, international ports and shipping, and the extraction of both living and mineral resources. In addition, the region supports a number of important marine biological features and large habitat diversity. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are increasingly used as a management tool to foster a sustainable exploitation of marine resources in an ecosystem based management framework. All European countries have a legal obligation to develop MPA networks in their national waters. However, there has to date been only limited attempts to coordinate the design and positioning of such networks at an international level...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Manche orientale; Aires Marines Protégées; Planification spatiale; Biodiversité; Marxan; Typologie d’habitat; Cibles de conservation; Usages anthropiques; Eastern English Channel; MPA; Spatial planning; Biodiversity; Marxan; Habitat typology; Conservation targets; Human uses.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00135/24651/22684.pdf
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Use of Landscape-level River Signatures in Conservation Planning: a South African Case Study Ecology and Society
Roux, Dirk; CSIR; droux@csir.co.za; de Moor, Ferdy; Albany Museum; F.demoor@ru.ac.za; Cambray, Jim; Albany Museum; J.Cambray@ru.ac.za; Barber-James, Helen; Albany Museum; H.James@ru.ac.za.
A strategy for assigning priorities in biodiversity conservation was developed for the rivers of the proposed Greater Addo Elephant National Park (GAENP) in South Africa. Due to the limited availability of biological information on the freshwater ecosystems of this area, a desktop approach, supplemented by aerial and land surveys, was used to devise a new river classification typology. This typology incorporated landscape attributes as surrogates for biodiversity patterns, resulting in defined physical "signatures" for each river type. Riverine biodiversity is considered to be conserved by including rivers of each type as defined by the respective signatures. Where options existed, and two or more rivers shared the same signature, a simple procedure was...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Greater Addo Elephant National Park; South Africa; Conservation targets; Ecosystem processes; Priority conservation options; Rivers; Signatures of physical pattern; Systematic conservation planning.
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