Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: a handbook for Caribbean reef managers

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Type: Report
Year of publication: 2014
Authors: Peter Mumby, Jason Flower, Iliana Chollett, Stephen Box, Yves-Marie Bozec, Clare Fitzsimmons, Johanna Forster, David Gill, Rosanna Griffith-Mumby, Hazel Oxenford, Angelie Peterson, Selina Stead, Rachel Turner, Philip Townsley, Pieter van Beukering, Francesca Booker, Hannah Brocke, Nancy Cabañillas-Terán, Steven Canty, Juan Carricart-Ganivet, John Charlery, Charlie Dryden, Fleur van Duyl, Susana Enríquez, Joost Haan, Roberto Iglesias-Prieto, Emma Kennedy, Robin Mahon, Benjamin Mueller, Steven Newman, Maggy Nugues, Jorge Núñez, Leonard Nurse, Ronald Osinga, Claire Paris, Dirk Petersen, Nicholas Polunin, Cristina Sánchez, Stijn Schep, Jamie Stevens, Henri Vallès, Mark Vermeij, Petra Visser, Emma Whittingham, Stacey Williams
Publishing institution: University of Exeter
City: Exeter
Pages: 176
ISBN: 978-0-902746-31-2

The project has produced a handbook that aims to provide reef managers with tools, information and recommendations on management of coral reef ecosystems. The handbook sections range from ecological history and biogeography, resilience as well as climate change issues to fisheries, governance and the monitoring of coral reef ecosystems.

Within each section are practical stand-alone ‘briefs’. These briefs offer concise information on particular reef-related issues, utilising some of the most recent scientific research to inform management actions. Each of the briefings is a unique grab-and-go resource. The accessible format also provides a useful resource for students, researchers, policy-makers and anyone interested in the future of Caribbean coral reefs.

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