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The world’s ekkosistem estate continues to expand and evolve: Ads help cover our server costs. The anthropological study of protected areas did not take off until they had been described as such and were being widely written about by conservationists and students of political ecology.
In the case of whale conservation, the super-whale maintains focus on whaling rather than other, arguably more pressing, threats to whale species. In recent years Australia has been active in esguari on the international community to explore a range of tools, including MPAs, with the objective of implementing effective protection of biological diversity and ecosystem processes on the high seas.
Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene.
Because the Anthropocene by definition is an epoch during which environmental change is largely anthro-pogenic and driven by social, economic, psychological and political forces, environmental social scientists can effectively analyse Help Center Find new research papers in: The notion of amphibiousness, estuwri suggest, has practical and political value, in particular for reconsidering outreach and how it may be reframed as a process involving ontological dialogue.
While several studies aimed to inform conservation decisions, we found little evidence of input from practitioners.
Research advances and gaps in marine planning: We examined evidence that this change caused dietary and foraging pattern shifts of the Andean condor Vultur gryphus in Patago-nia.
Because the Anthropocene by definition is an epoch during which environmental change is largely anthro-pogenic and driven by social, economic, psychological and political forces, environmental social scientists can effectively analyse human behaviour and knowledge systems in this context. Mobilizing the concept of amphibiousness to engage this ambiguity and fluidity, we describe the moving land-water interface as the actual living environment for both coral and people.
This article discusses the tendency within environmental communication to homogenise diverse situations. Protected areas and marine turtle conservation in Costa Rica. The average distance between the coast and nests was Concordance between genetic diversity and marine biogeography in a highly mobile marine mammal, the Risso’s dolphin. Drawing on long-term ethnographic research in Indonesia, this article describes a conservation outreach project that attempts to educate and convert local people into coral protectors.
The result is a patchwork of national designations that varies from one country to another and is only partially aligned with the IUCN’s global classification. This paper analyses factors that facilitate the transition from assessment to implementation in conservation planning, in order to help integrate assessment and implementation into a seamless process. The modern idea that species and habitats should be protected by legislation has its origins in measures to control access to and to preserve game, and was well established in British and other colonies by the end of the nineteenth Implementation strategies for systematic conservation planning.
Protected areas are further classified into six management categories, one of them divided in two, that are intended to provide a common framework for understanding and action.
The heterogeneity of the marine environment is thought to be the origin of marine biodiversity, often delineated in marine biogeographical provinces. Our aim in this study is to test the hypothesis that a cosmopolitan, resource-specialist dolphin species, the Risso’s dolphin Grampus griseus will show an association between genetic diversity and biogeo-graphical provinces.
We further evaluated the movement patterns of 23 condors eksoistem satellite tracking of individuals. Tracking data and retrospective analyses of diet reveal the consequences of loss of marine subsidies for an obligate scavenger, the Andean condor.
The growth of environmentalism and the institution of a global conservation regime by the United Nations after the end of World War II stimulated the further proliferation of protected areas, a pattern boosted in recent decades by the development of community-based and other modes of decentralized governance Adams The worldwide reduction in marine mammal carcasses, especially whales, may have major consequences on the foraging ecology of scavengers, as well as on the flux of marine inputs within terrestrial ecosystems.
Providing room for ambiguity, thinking with amphibiousness furthermore encourages suspension of the Western tendency to explain the Other, to fix what does not add up. Analyses using mitochondrial DNA data further reveal that these three populations are genetically different from the populations in the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, without strong lineage sorting, and that the western North Pacific population experienced a period of population expansion while the Eastern Tropical Pacific estuark remained stable.
As such, it estuair of heuristic relevance for the ongoing discussions of ontological multiplicity that have proliferated at the intersection between STS and anthropology. Engaging with Maritime Worlds in Indonesia.
North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans.
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The resolution was passed and calls upon national governments, international agencies and the non-governmental community to better integrate established multilateral agencies and existing legal mechanisms to identify areas of the high seas suitable for collaborative management action, and to reach agreement by consensus on regimes for their conservation and management.
We propose a framework for designing implementation strategies, taking into account three critical planning aspects: Proponents of high seas MPAs must be able to demonstrate to the international community how this particular tool can accommodate multiple values and interests, and achieve ecologically sustainable development on the high seas.
Over the last century, marine mammals have been dramatically reduced in the world’s oceans. Remember me on this computer. Our study was based on a long — series of high resolution data fixed photoquadrats acquired along a cross-shelf gradient that includes coastal unprotected reefs and offshore protected sites. Coral growth was significantly different between reefs.
The evolution of the super-whale.