Outcomes from the Canberra workshop

Peter Bridgewater

    Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

    Abstract

    The Canberra workshop focused on new ways to approach old problems in coastal marine protected areas and inevitably found much of interest in the Biosphere Reserve model. However, the paucity of viable marine and coastal examples of marine Biosphere Reserves shows that the approach has not achieved understanding or acceptance among the Marine Protected Area management community. Emphasizing the need for new paradigms and novel approaches, a firm conviction held that MPA managers must (1) know the facts relating to the physical environment and social conditions within which management is to occur; (2) communicate the facts in both directions in an iterative manner; and (3) identify broad, explicit targets.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCoastal Zone: Proceedings of the Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management
    PublisherASCE
    Pages80-81
    Number of pages2
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1995
    EventProceedings of the 9th 1995 Conference on Coastal Zone - Tampa, FL, USA
    Duration: 16 Jul 199521 Jul 1995

    Conference

    ConferenceProceedings of the 9th 1995 Conference on Coastal Zone
    CityTampa, FL, USA
    Period16/07/9521/07/95

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    Managers
    biosphere reserve
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    need
    physical environment
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    Bridgewater, P. (1995). Outcomes from the Canberra workshop. In Coastal Zone: Proceedings of the Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management (pp. 80-81). ASCE.
    Bridgewater, Peter. / Outcomes from the Canberra workshop. Coastal Zone: Proceedings of the Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management. ASCE, 1995. pp. 80-81
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