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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Unsustainable Exploitation Reef & Pelagics

This document contains a Causal Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating causal links for Unsustainable exploitation of the reef and pelagic living marine resources, with examples of root causes and impacts.

Year: 2011
Author: CERMES
Keywords: pelagics
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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Diagram Pollution Reef Pelagic

This document contains a Causal Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating causal links for pollution of the reef and pelagic ecosystems, with examples of root causes and impacts.

Year: 2011
Author: CERMES
Keywords: pollution
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CLME Causal Chain Analysis Habitat Degradation Continental Shelf

This document contains a Causal 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: Phillips, T.
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CLME Flying Fish Pilot Project Area (CRFM)

This Map indicate the CLME flying fish pilot project area.

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Author: CRFM
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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: Mahon, R., Fanning, L., McConney, P.
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CLME PDF-B Proposal

Project objective: The overall objective of the project is: Sustainable management of the shared living marine resources of the Caribbean LME and adjacent areas through an integrated management approach that will meet the WSSD target for sustainable fisheries. The specific objectives of the project are: 1. To identify, analyze and agree upon major issues, root causes and actions required to achieve sustainable management of the shared living marine resources in the Caribbean Sea LME; 2. To improve the shared knowledge base for sustainable use and management of transboundary living marine resources (see Table 1); 3. To implement legal, policy and institutional (SAP) reforms to achieve sustainable transboundary living marine resource management; 4. To develop an institutional and procedural approach to LME level monitoring, evaluation and reporting.

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Author: CLME PCU
Keywords: Large Marine Ecosystems, LME
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CLME PDF-B Propuesta

Objetivo del Proyecto: El objetivo general del proyecto es: Manejo sustentable de los Recursos Marinos vivos del Gran Ecosistema Marino del Caribe (LME) y regiones adyacentes a través de un esquema de manejo integrado que cumpla con los fines propuestos durante la WSSD para pesquerías sustentables. Los objetivos específicos del proyecto son: 1. Identificar, analizar y poner en marcha los asuntos de mayor interés, identificar el origen de los efectos y las acciones requeridas para obtener un manejo sustentable de los recursos marinos vivos compartidos del Mar Caribe LME; 2. Mejorar la base del conocimiento existente para un uso sustentable compartido de los recursos marinos vivos transfronterizos; 3. Implementar políticas y reformas legales e institucionales (SAP) para obtener un manejo sustentable de los recursos marinos vivos transfronterizos. 4. Desarrollar un enfoque institucional para obtener un adecuado control y vigilancia de los Grandes Ecosistemas Marinos.

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Author: CLME PCU
Keywords: Large Marine Ecosystems, LME
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