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Alan Lovewell

on 16 September 2010

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Assessing Current and Developing Artisanal and Subsistent Fishery Impacts in Indonesia: Implications for Marine Protected Area Management Artisanal and Subsistent Fishing fishing effort associated with home consumption small-scale commercial fishing Fishing Methods *Muro-ami Spearfishing *Trawling Reef Gleaning Lift net fishing Handline fishing Purse Seines Seine nets Trap fishing *Cyanide fishing *Blast fishing Fishing from spawning aggrigations NGOs The Nature Conservancy Conservation International World Wildlife Fund Coral Triangle 81,000 km of coastline population of 226,600,600 (2005) 60% - 90% of the populations animal protein is derived from seafood Fishing is 20% of GDP Philippines Solomon Islands Papua New Guinea Timor Malaysia Indonesia MARINE PROTECTED AREAs Government Authorities 14 + new proposed 29 declared Ministry of Environment; Directorate for Forest Protection and Nature Conservation (PHPA), Ministry of Forestry; Ministry of Marine Affairs,
Directorate of Marine Fisheries Species of Concern Painted spiny lobster Panulirus versicolor
Spanish Mackerel Scomberomorus commersoni
Big-Mouth Mackerel Rastrelliger kanagurta
Anchovy (Family: Engraulidae)
Groupers (Family: Serranidae)
Maori wrasse and Napoleon wrasse Cheilinus undulatus
Rabbitfish (Family: Siganidae)
Top snails Trochidae
Green snail T urbo marmoratus
Sea cucumber Holothuroidea
Giant Sea Clam Tridacna
Octopus Octopodidae
Coconut crabs Birgus latro
Grey reef shark Carcharhinus amblyrhyncos
Black tip reef shark Carcharhinus melanopterus
White tip sharks Triaenodon obesus
Outboard Motors GPS SCUBA 14% of the world total coral reef area INCREASED FISHING EFFORT Titans of the Coral Sea *Destructive Fishing PRactices $800 million 30,000 tonnes per year Live Reef Fish Food Trade (LRFFT) Ecological Impact Overfishing Habitat Damage Socioeconomic Impact Societal Stucture Cultural Significance Survival Income Solutions 17,508 Islands Illegal Fishing Community Participation Assessing and Informing on Impact Educational Outreach Banning Destructive Fishing Discussion Founded: 1987
Employees: 900+
Global Offices: 30+
Partners: 1,000+ around the world
$233 million in FY08 Founded: 1951
700 Staff Scientists
$547 million in FY08 The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. Nonprofit applies innovations in science, economics, policy and community participation to protect the Earth's biodiversity around the world.
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