Using Larval dispersal and movement patterns information to provide species, specific advice on the size, spacing and location of marine reserves in tropical marine ecosystems to maximise benefits for conservation and fisheries management for a range of taxa
The 4-day Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM)
Implementation Planning Meeting was the first multi-national meeting in the Coral Triangle (CT)
region aimed at developing operational plans to implement transboundary EAFM. The meeting
was supported by the Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security
This study analyzes stakeholder perceptions of how the Coral Triangle has benefited from the US CTI Support Program and what tangible outcomes at the regional scale have been cascaded to the local scale. The study also provides important guidelines for future projects in terms of implementation strategy and thematic needs.
Flip charts for use with facilitator’s guide and booklet, to 'Help Sustain Community Benefits Through Management for Fisheries, Ecosystems, and Climate Change'