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Marine Protected Areas – Naked Scientist

This is a good podcast from the Naked Scientists. I think the part about community input in Britain’s new marine protected zones is especially interesting and relevant. They made an effort to learn from people who have a stake in … Continue reading

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How do you know which zone is which?

I am researching to find out where different zones are located. I am also curious how this is communicated and enforced. This is what I have found so far, looks like satellite monitoring is used for the larger ships. Galapagos.org … Continue reading

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Galapagos Marine Reserve: fishing, sharks, tourism & more

This PDF is an amazing resource for all things fishing, shark, tourism, and more!! http://www.science2action.org/files/sciencereports/individualstudies/ etps/galapagossocioeconomicandgovernance.pdf 1. INTRODUCTION PROJECT OBJECTIVES THE GALÁPAGOS MARINE RESERVE (GMR) ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE PROJECT THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK METHODOLOGY 2. FISHING AND THE GALAPGOS MARINE RESERVE … Continue reading

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In the Zone

I had this idea while leaving a comment on Simone’s awesome post and decided to write it up as a treatment… Let me know what you all think! ‘In the Zone’ is a series of micro-documentaries featuring stories from each … Continue reading

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Galapagos Marine Reserve

Speaking of Randall Arauz, I actually did an interview piece on Randall for work last year about his work with shark finning. If we wanted to get in contact with him about the latin american perspective I’m sure he’d be … Continue reading

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