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  • European red list of habitats. Part 1. Marine habitats - more
  • Five key attributes can increase marine protected areas performance for small-scale fisheries management - more
  • Your evidence or mine? Systematic evaluation of reviews of marine protected area effectiveness - more
  • Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al. - more
  • A regulation-based classification system for marine protected areas: A response to Dudley et al. - more
  • Pescatourism-A European review and perspective - more
  • Assesing interacting impacts of artisanal and recreational fisheries in a small Marine Protected Area (Portofino, NW Mediterranean Sea) - more
  • Meeting Aichi Target 11: Equity considerations in Marine Protected Areas design - more
  • Patterns of fish connectivity between a Marine Protected Area and surrounding fished areas - more
  • Solutions for ecosystem-level protection of ocean systems under climate change - more
  • Epiphytes and nutrient contents influence Sarpa salpa herbivory on Caulerpa spp vs. seagrass species in Mediterranean meadows - more

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Ce service s'inscrit dans le cadre de la stratégie 2013-2017 du réseau MedPAN ainsi que dans celui de sa stratégie scientifique qui préconisent pour  le réseau MedPAN de devenir un réseau de connaissance, d'information, d'anticipation et de synthèse.

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European red list of habitats. Part 1. Marine habitats

This publication by the European Commission provides an overview of the risk of collapse (degree of endangerment) of marine habitats in the European Union (EU28) and adjacent regions (EU28+). It provides an overview on the character, extent and status of benthic habitat types through assessments undertaken between 2013 and 2016 based on modifications of proposals for ecosystem risk...
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Five key attributes can increase marine protected areas performance for small-scale fisheries management

Many Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) usually embed a no-take zone, aiming to preserve natural populations and ecosystems, within a buffer zone where potentially sustainable activities are allowed. Small-scale fisheries (SSF) within buffer zones can be highly beneficial by promoting local socio-economies. However, guidelines to successfully manage SSFs within MPAs, ensuring both conservation...
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Your evidence or mine? Systematic evaluation of reviews of marine protected area effectiveness

Marine protected areas (MPAs) are a key component of global conservation strategies, but there is considerable uncertainty surrounding when and where reserves are most effective. Evidence reviews examining the effectiveness of MPAs are likely to directly influence decision-making and future research. However, reviews vary in scope and rigour, meaning decision-makers face the challenge of...
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Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al.

August's Science Watch included the summary of the work done by Horta e Costa et al. (2016), which proposed a new global Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) classification system based on regulation of uses. Now we post a response of Dudley et al. to the work of Horta e Costa et al., which has been published in the same journal. The authors of this response state that whilst Horta e Costa et...
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A regulation-based classification system for marine protected areas: A response to Dudley et al.

This is the response of Horta e Costa et al. (in press) to the comments of Dudley et al. (in press; see previous summary) on the paper on the Regulation-based Classification System for marine protected areas (Horta e Costa et al. 2016). Dudley et al. (in press) argued that there are strong reasons to stick with the current IUCN categorization system. Horta e Costa et al. (in press)...
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