The Current State of Knowledge on Mangrove Fishery Values

The Current State of Knowledge on Mangrove Fishery Values

This conference paper explores data on mangrove fisheries from the scientific literature and makes number of recommendations to guide the future reporting of mangrove fisheries to allow for better quantification and comparison
of fisheries values at large spatial scales.

It was developed by the project team working on the CCI Collaborative Fund project: Attaining Aichi Target 11: How well are marine ecosystem services secured by protected areas?  and presented at the Proceedings 2nd International Symposium on Mangroves as Fish Habitat, Mazatlan, Mexico, 2014.

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Attaining Aichi Target 11: How well are marine ecosystem services secured by protected areas?

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) have long been seen as one of the key tools in marine conservation. Policy and planning efforts, including international conservation agreements have, in turn, used measures of protected areas coverage as a means to set targets and assess progress. This project will investigate an important new component of global protected areas…