Aiello, Robin L., author.
Successes and failures of global reef management. / Robin L. Aiello ; N. Hungerford, research assistant.
Cairns, Queensland, Australia : Reef Tourism 2005, 1996.
167 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
"The Reef Tourism 2005 is a Marine Industry initiated project, established in December 1995 to develop a 10 year strategic plan for the ecological and economical sustainable development of the Marine Tourism Industry in the Cairns Section of the great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area."
"The intent of this report is to provide an unbiased general overview of the importance and value of reefs, the environmental issues facing management and the marine industry, and the diverse methods adopted to address these issues. A selection of case studies provides examples and insights into successes and failures in specific localities around the world"--Page 5.
Formatted Contents Note:
Acknowledgments -- Executive summary -- Introduction and background -- Section I: The value of coral reefs -- Section II: Reef conditions -- Section III: Impacts on reefs -- Section IV: Marine park management -- Section V: Success and failures if reef management -- Section VI: Case studies: Saba Marine Park, Bonaire Marine Park, British Virgin Islands Marine Park, Egypt's Red Sea, Hawaiian Islands and Keneohe Bay, Philippines and Sumilon Island, Florida, Great Barrier Reef -- Section VII: References.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Funded by the Reef Tourism 2005 Project, a marine tourism industry/Commonwealth Government initiative.
Coral reef management.
Coral reef conservation.
Coral reefs and islands Environmental aspects.
Coral reefs and islands Economic aspects.
Coral reefs and islands Recreational use.
Marine parks and reserves Management.
Hungerford, N., contributor.
Reef Tourism 2005, sponsor, issuing body.
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