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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Habitat Degradation Continental Shelf

This document contains a Casual Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating the causal link for Habitat degradation and community modification of the Continental Shelf ecosystems, with examples of root causes and impacts.

Year: 2011
Author: CERMES
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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Habitat Degradation Reef Pelagic

This document contains a Causal Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating causal link for Habitat degradation and community modification of the reef and pelagic ecosystems, with examples of root causes and impacts.

Year: 2011
Author: CERMES
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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Unsustainable Exploitation Continental Shelf

This document contains a Causal Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating causal links for Unsustainable fishing of the Continental Shelf Ecosystem, with examples of root causes and impacts

Year: 2011
Author: CERMES
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CLME Continental Shelf Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis

Abstract: The Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) provides the technical and scientific basis for the logical development of a Strategic Action Programme (SAP) that is based on a reasoned, holistic and multisectoral consideration of the problems associated with the state of and threats to transboundary water systems and resources. This report reviews and reformulates the Thematic Report for the Guianas-Brazil Sub-region into the Continental Shelf Ecosystem Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis with an ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF).

Year: 2011
Author: Terrence Phillips for the CLME Project
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CLME Governance Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis

Abstract: This report addresses the governance aspects of udpating the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis for the CLME Project. The importance of having an effective governance regime in place to address the sustainability of the living marine resources of the WCR was identified during the project development phase of the CLME Project as the principal driver underpinning the actions to be taken in the full Project. It provides an overview of the governance issues identified in the preliminary TDA, then reviews the Large Marine Ecosystems Governance Framework that was developed for and adopted by the project as a basis for the project design. Next the report reviews advances in ocean governance thinking globally and regionally that should assist the project to move forward. Finally, the report considers how the original governance perspective, as well as the subsequent advances in ocean governance, can be incorporated into the new orientation towards a fishery ecosystem-based approach to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date approach to governance for the CLME Project.

Year: 2011
Author: Robin Mahon, Lucia Fanning & Patrick McConney for the CLME Project
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CLME Project Document

The Sustainable Management of the Shared Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions Project or CLME Project was 5-year project funded by GEF where causal chain analyses were developed, resulting in the identification of weaknesses in transboundary and cross-sectoral governance arrangements as the over-arching root cause for the 3 key transboundary problems. If better articulated and coordinated among each other, and more strongly tied to a solid and enhanced regional governance framework, a substantial increase of the positive impacts of the many ongoing and newly planned efforts in the region could be achieved.  During the CLME Project, a “10-year CLME+ Strategic Action Programme for the Sustainable Management of the shared Living Marine Resources of the Caribbean and North Brazil Shelf Large Marine Ecosystems” (the “CLME+  SAP”) was developed and politically endorsed by over 20 CLME+  States)

Year: 2009
Author: UNDP
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CLME Proyecto Piloto de Manejo y Conservación de la Pesqueria y Biodiversidad Arrecifal-Parque Nacional Montecristi-Afiche Oficial

Este documento contiene el afiche oficial del Proyecto Piloto de Manejo y Conservación de la Pesqueria y Biodiversidad Arrecifal-Parque Nacional Montecristi

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CLME Proyecto Piloto de Manejo y Conservación de la Pesqueria y Biodiversidad Arrecifal-Parque Nacional Montecristi-Afiche Oficial

Este documento contiene el afiche oficial del Proyecto Piloto de Manejo y Conservación de la Pesqueria y Biodiversidad Arrecifal-Parque Nacional Montecristi

Year: 2018
Author: ViceMinisterio de Recursos Costeros y Marinos, Ministerio de Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Republica Dominicana
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CLME Reef and Pelagic Ecosystems Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis

This current report presents the TDAs for the CLME reef and pelagic fisheries ecosystems. These TDAs were elaborated on the basis of the previous sub-regional thematic reports for the Insular Caribbean and Central/South America as well as on additional data and information. The present TDAs for the reef and pelagic ecosystems are different in many respects from the previous thematic reports for the Insular Caribbean and Central/South America sub-regions. The current reports are full TDAs that cover the reef and pelagic ecosystems of the entire CLME region, in contrast to the previous reports that were based on two sub-regions.

Year: 2011
Author: Sherry Heileman for the CLME project
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CLME Regional Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis

This report is the revised and updated Regional TDA based on TDAs of three fisheries ecosystems of regional significance: the reef, pelagic and continental shelf fisheries ecosystems. This Regional TDA (supported by the three fisheries TDAs and a regional governance analysis) will serve as the science basis for development of an agreed program of interventions including fisheries management reforms, conservation measures and pollution control. A TDA is a widely-used tool within GEF International Waters Projects to provide a scientifically objective assessment of the causes of the main problems affecting transboundary and shared systems.

Year: 2011
Author: Peter Whalley for the CLME Project
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