Status and potential of locally-managed marine areas in the South Pacific: meeting nature conservation and sustainable livelihood targets through wide-spread implementation of LMMAs

Status and potential of locally-managed marine areas in the South Pacific: meeting nature conservation and sustainable livelihood targets through wide-spread implementation of LMMAs

Status and potential of locally-managed marine areas in the South Pacific: meeting nature conservation and sustainable livelihood targets through wide-spread implementation of LMMAs

Reef Secret ISLANDS MAG

Reef Secret: Why Fiji offers some of the world’s best diving

Helen Sykes of Marine Ecology is featured in Air Pacific’s in-flight magazine (pp36-39 Islands Vol 1, 2012), Reef Secret: Why Fiji offers some of the world’s best diving, by Susan Eames

Susan starts with

Not all tropical reefs are created equal. Some seem to burgeon with life while others look bare. There are numerous seasons why, but before we get on to the technical aspects, let’s talk about reproduction…”

11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress

“Sacred Water”; 10 years of community managed marine protection

Paper presented by Helen R Sykes and Chinnamma Reddy at The 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress

Sacred Water

“Sacred Water”;

10 years of community managed marine protection supported by ecotourism-based income generation at Waitabu Marine Park, Fiji Islands

Helen Sykes and Chinnamma Reddy

Fiji Islands Conservation Science Forum 5 – 7 August 2009

ANPC News: INTERNATIONAL: Fiji Islands Conservation Science Forum 5 – 7 August 2009

ANPC News: INTERNATIONAL: Fiji Islands Conservation Science Forum 5 – 7 August 2009

The Wetlands-International Oceania, Wildlife Conservation Society, World Wide Fund, Govt. Fiji, USP and Fiji Locally Managed Marine Area are organising a Fiji Islands Conservation Science Forum from 5 – 7 August 2009 at the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, Suva, Fiji.

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