Report Suggests Options for Managing Protected Marine Areas in Madagascar
February 27, 2012 | Publication | Conservation & Sustainable Development
Credit: Garth Cripps/Blue Ventures (Madagascar)

A MacArthur-supported study by the University of California, Berkeley and the Wildlife Conservation Society uses a new methodology employing data on climate, fishing, and other resources to suggest several options for managing marine life protection on Madagascar’s west coast.  Marine Spatial Planning in Madagascar is intended to support the country’s plans to designate over one million hectares of coastline as marine protected area. View the research article.

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