LME:LEARN - Large Marine Ecosystems
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08 Jun 2018 by eve | report   Meeting report: Building International Partnership to Enhance Science-Based Ecosystem Approaches
The meeting, ‘Building International Partnership to Enhance Science-Based Ecosystem Approaches’ was convened by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of t...
30 Apr 2018 by eve | outreach-material   Strengthening the GEF Marine and Coastal portfolio - GEF LME:LEARN Services brochure
A key element of improved ocean governance is mainstreaming cooperation and coordination between Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs), Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) and Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) projects with ove...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589   Establishment of a Marine Protected Area (MPA) in Tatoareng Subdistrict, Kepulauan Sangihe District, North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
The objective of the study is to determine the status of the biophysical and socioeconomic conditions of the communities involved for the establishment of marine protected area in Tatoareng Subdistrict. The coral reef condition in the Tatoareng Su...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589   Final Report on the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in the NE Coast of Sabah: Turtle Islands Park and Tun Mustapha Park and Climate Change VA in the NE Coasts of Sabah: Options for CCA Strategies for Turtles Nesting and Hatchling
Coastal regions, particularly small islands and sensitive coastal ecosystem are known to be highly vulnerable due to climate change, based on global and regional models. Small islands, such the Turtle Islands in the east coast of Sabah, and coasta...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589   Marine Profiling of Marudu Bay, Sabah, Malaysia
In this report, we present the results of a comprehensive review of literature on the biota (fishes, marine invertebrates, other aquatic vertebrates like marine mammals and reptiles, corals and coral reef indicators, seagrasses, and mangroves) and...
26 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | outreach-material | project: 3589   Module: Treasures of the Coral Triangle Minigraphics Volume 1
This series features 10 protected marine wildlife in the Coral Triangle and aims to raise awareness about species at risk. A bite-size and shareable version of the Philippine Protected Aquatic Posters, it highlights the importance, threats, laws,...
26 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | mid-term-evaluation | project: 3589   Module: Treasures of the Coral Triangle Minigraphics Volume 2
This series features 10 protected marine wildlife in the Coral Triangle and aims to raise awareness about species at risk. A bite-size and shareable version of the Philippine Protected Aquatic Posters, it highlights the importance, threats, laws,...
26 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | publication | project: 3589   Tales from the Coral Triangle - Philippines (Bahasa Indonesia version)
Three of the 10 winning entries from the “Our Seas” story writing contest for high school students in Palawan, Philippines were translated to Bahasa Indonesia. These stories employ fantasy, humor, and drama to highlight the importance of protectin...
08 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | outreach-material | project: 3589   Marine Turtles are Important (English)
This poster lists the role of turtles in the ecosystem and simple things that citizens can do to protect them. It is available in two designs and in 3 languages - English, Filipino, and Bahasa Indonesia.
08 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | outreach-material | project: 3589   Marine Turtles are Important (Bahasa Indonesia)
This poster lists the role of turtles in the ecosystem and simple things that citizens can do to protect them. It is available in two designs in 3 languages - English, Filipino, and Bahasa Indonesia
08 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | outreach-material | project: 3589   Marine Turtles are Important (Filipino)
This poster lists the role of turtles in the ecosystem and simple things that citizens can do to protect them. It is available in two designs and in three languages - English, Filipino, and Bahasa Indonesia.
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Ecosystem Overfishing in the Ocean (2008)
Fisheries catches represent a net export of mass and energy that can no longer be used by trophic levels higher than those fished. Thus, exploitation implies a depletion of secondary production of higher trophic levels (here the production of mass...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Fishing through Marine Food Webs (2006)
A recurring pattern of declining mean trophic level of fisheries landings, termed "fishing down the food web," is thought to be indicative of the serial replacement of high-trophic-level fisheries with less valuable, low-trophic-level fisheries as...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Regional fishery management organizations and large marine ecosystems (2016)
Regional fisheries management organizations (RFMOs) addressing the management of living marine resources have a long history, beginning in 1811 with the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention followed by the International Pacific Halibut Conventionin 1...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   A large marine ecosystem governance framework (2007)
A large marine ecosystem (LME) governance framework, developed from a need to effectively address the sustainable management of the shared living marine resources of the Caribbean, is proposed. The framework is based on four propositions and focus...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Considerations in Developing a Functional Approach to the Governance of Large Marine Ecosystems (1999)
Interest in the management of the environment and its resources on an ecosystem basis has been increasing, in both terrestrial and marine contexts. In recent years, the concept of the large marine ecosystem has become a point of focus at the natio...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Governance characteristics of large marine ecosystems (2010)
Marine Ecosystem (LME) concept is widely established as a large-scale approach to coastal and marine management. LME-oriented activities have focused mainly on natural sciences. Socioeconomic and governance aspects have only recently been receivin...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   The Large Marine Ecosystem approach: Application of an integrated, modular strategy in projects supported by the Global Environment Facility (2014)
This paper describes the utility and application of a methodology for monitoring, assessing and managing Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) that has been applied in projects receiving financial assistance from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) ove...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Ecosystem-Based Management in the Arctic Ocean: A Multi-Level Spatial Approach (2008)
Ecosystem-based management (EBM) first requires the identification of spatial units capturing the ecosystem structure and functions. To this end, the Arctic Council has adopted the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) framework. Ecosystem experts have ide...
11 Sep 2017 by eve | publication   Ecosystem Management and Its Application to Large Marine Ecosystems: Science, Law, and Politics (2004)
This article discusses the implications of ecosystem management and its application to large marine ecosystems (LMEs) from a scientific, legal, and political perspective. It explores the meaning of ecosystem management and its implications for int...

 

 

 

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