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An analysis of issues affecting the management of coral reefs and the associated capacity building needs in Puerto Rico


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Title:
An analysis of issues affecting the management of coral reefs and the associated capacity building needs in Puerto Rico
Author(s):
Page, Glenn G.
Olsen, Stephen B.
Nemerson, David
Swanenberg, Audrey
Maddalene, Taylor
Parsons, Tracy
United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.)
Corporate Name:
United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.)
Dates of Publication:
2013
Abstract:
The objective of this assessment is to present an analysis of the issues that affect capacity to implement Puerto Rico's Coral Reef Management Priorities (NOAA, 2010) and Local Action Strategies (LAS) for Coral Reef Conservation 2011-2015 Puerto Rico (NOAA, 2011), and an associated set of recommendations that could lead to an action strategy to build adaptive capacity to address current management objectives. Commissioned by NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program, the consultant team facilitated a qualitative, collaborative and participatory approach to gain perspectives of resource users, managers and funders, and upper level administrators who fund coral reef management"--Page 2.
Keywords:
Coral reef conservation
Coral reef ecology
Coral reef management
Marine ecosystem management
Place Keywords:
Puerto Rico
Local Corporate Name:
CoRIS (Coral Reef Information System)
Type of Resource:
Professional Paper
Note:
The objective of this assessment is to present an analysis of the issues that affect capacity to implement Puerto Rico's Coral Reef Management Priorities (NOAA, 2010) and Local Action Strategies (LAS) for Coral Reef Conservation 2011-2015 Puerto Rico (NOAA, 2011), and an associated set of recommendations that could lead to an action strategy to build adaptive capacity to address current management objectives. Commissioned by NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program, the consultant team facilitated a qualitative, collaborative and participatory approach to gain perspectives of resource users, managers and funders, and upper level administrators who fund coral reef management"--Page 2.
2013
CoRIS (Coral Reef Information System)
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