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  • Marine Parks and Reserves.
     
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    Marine protected areas for whales, dolphins, and porpoises : a world handbook for cetacean habitat conservation and planning / Erich Hoyt.
    by Hoyt, Erich.
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    London ; New York : Earthscan, 2011
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  • Cetacea -- Conservation.
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  • Cetacea -- Habitat.
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  • Marine Parks and Reserves.
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    9781844077625 (hardback)
    1844077624 (hardback)
    9781844077632 (pbk.)
    1844077632 (pbk.)
    Description: 
    xiii, 464 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm.
    Edition: 
    2nd ed.
    Contents: 
    From whale sanctuaries to marine protected areas : approaches to protecting cetacean habitat. History of marine protected areas and cetaceans -- Ocean sanctuaries, marine reserves or parks : which one and why ? -- Biosphere reserves : a strategy for thinking about protected areas -- Defining and managing for critical habitat -- The value of cetaceans for place-based conservation. Introduction -- Red list assessment of cetacean species, subspecies and subpopulations -- Cetaceans as assets for place-based conservation -- Planning effective protected areas : steps towards the design, establishment and management of protected areas for cetaceans. Introduction -- Cetacean habitat needs -- Checklist for creating better MPAs and PAs for cetaceans -- The big picture for cetacean habitat : planning for ecosystem management, networks and ocean zoning. The application of ecosystem-based management -- Planning for climate change -- Ensonification in an ever noisier ocean -- Networks of protected areas -- High seas MPAs -- Marine spatial planning and ocean zoning -- Other pragmatic approaches -- Habitat protection for cetaceans around the world : status and prospects in the 18 marine regions. Introduction -- Marine Region 1 : Antarctic -- Marine Region 2 : Arctic -- Marine Region 3 : Mediterranean and Black Seas -- Marine Region 4 : North West Atlantic -- Marine Region 5 : North East Atlantic -- Marine Region 6 : Baltic -- Marine Region 7 : Wider Caribbean -- Marine Region 8 : West Africa -- Marine Region 9 : South Atlantic -- Marine Region 10 : Central Indian Ocean -- Marine Region 11 : Arabian Seas -- Marine Region 12 : East Africa -- Marine Region 13 : East Asian Seas -- Marine Region 14 : North and South Pacific -- Marine Region 15 : North East Pacific -- Marine Region 15 : North West Pacific -- Marine Region 17 : South East Pacific -- Marine Region 18 : Australia-New Zealand -- Epilogue.
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