Case study on the use of participatory 3D modelling to facilitate effective contribution in the Caribbean

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For the week of 16 February 2015

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CANARI has published a new report, a Case study on the use of participatory three-dimensional modelling to facilitate effective contribution of civil society in the Caribbean islands in planning for action on climate change. You may download the full-text using the link above.

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Table of Contents

Coral reefs

Lee, S., Hartstein, N. D. & Jeffs, A. Modelling carbon deposition and dissolved nitrogen discharge from sea cage aquaculture of tropical spiny lobster. ICES Journal of Marine Science (2014).

Community Engagement

Free: Bobb-Prescott, N. Case study on the use of participatory three-dimensional modelling to facilitate effective contribution of civil society in the Caribbean islands in planning for action on climate change. Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction. Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), 2014.

Ecosystem-based management (EBM)

Sandström, A., Bodin, Ö. & Crona, B. Network Governance from the top – The case of ecosystem-based coastal and marine management. Marine Policy 55, 57 - 63 (2015).

Fisheries

Mabrouk, A. Mohamed Ha. The role of marine protected areas in maintaining sustainable fisheries in the Egyptian Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences PhD, 237 (2015).

Food for Thought

Free: Department of the Interior. Fall 2014/Winter 2015 Newswave. (2015).

Governance and Legal Frameworks

Free: Legal Frameworks for MPA Enforcement in the Caribbean: Challenges and Opportunities. 61p. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, 2015.

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

Free: Legal Frameworks for MPA Enforcement in the Caribbean: Challenges and Opportunities. 61p. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, 2015.

Mabrouk, A. Mohamed Ha. The role of marine protected areas in maintaining sustainable fisheries in the Egyptian Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences PhD, 237 (2015).

Cleguer, C., Grech, A., Garrigue, C. & Marsh, H. Spatial mismatch between marine protected areas and dugongs in New Caledonia. Biological Conservation 184, 154 - 162 (2015).

de Morais, G. Weber, Schlüter, A. & Verweij, M. Can institutional change theories contribute to the understanding of marine protected areas? Global Environmental Change 31, 154 - 162 (2015).

Sandström, A., Bodin, Ö. & Crona, B. Network Governance from the top – The case of ecosystem-based coastal and marine management. Marine Policy 55, 57 - 63 (2015).

Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP)

Battista, T. & O’Brien, K. Spatially Prioritizing Seafloor Mapping for Coastal and Marine Planning. Coastal Management 43, 35 - 51 (2015).

Free: Bobb-Prescott, N. Case study on the use of participatory three-dimensional modelling to facilitate effective contribution of civil society in the Caribbean islands in planning for action on climate change. Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction. Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), 2014.

Models and Simulations

Lee, S., Hartstein, N. D. & Jeffs, A. Modelling carbon deposition and dissolved nitrogen discharge from sea cage aquaculture of tropical spiny lobster. ICES Journal of Marine Science (2014).

Ocean acidification

Free: Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Envisioning a Future Science Landscape. California Ocean Science Trust, 2015.

Spatial patterns of species

Cleguer, C., Grech, A., Garrigue, C. & Marsh, H. Spatial mismatch between marine protected areas and dugongs in New Caledonia. Biological Conservation 184, 154 - 162 (2015).