Marine Conservation and Fisheries Management

Jaime Speed Rossiter and David López-Carr

in Geography

ISBN: 9780199874002
Published online February 2013 | | DOI:
Marine Conservation and Fisheries Management

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Overfishing has occasioned the collapse of many coastal and marine ecosystems globally. With these collapses come increased pollution and a degradation of water quality that can have adverse effects on human health. In addition, significant numbers of people rely on marine ecosystems for their livelihood, either from extractive uses, such as fishing, or from tourism. Diverse policy approaches have been used in order to combat marine degradation, including marine protected areas, ecotourism, catch shares, and community-based marine conservation. This bibliography reviews relevant literature regarding current threats to marine ecosystems, approaches to marine conservation policy, and fisheries management approaches aimed at sustainable fisheries development.

Article.  6639 words. 

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography ; Human Geography

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