Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association

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Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science -Vol 4, No 2 (2005)

The Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science (WIOJMS) provides an avenue for the wide dissemination of high quality research generated in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) region. This journal issue covers an interesting array of articles such as: Effect of Recreational Fish Feeding on Reef Fish Community Composition and Behaviour, Fecundity of the deep-water […]
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Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science -Vol 4, No 1 (2005)

The Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science (WIOJMS) provides an avenue for the wide dissemination of high quality research generated in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) region. This journal issue covers an interesting array of articles such as: Population Genetic Status of the Western Indian Ocean: What do we Know?, Preliminary investigations on the […]
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Proceedings of the The Western Indian Ocean Marine Turtle Conservation Workshop

The Western Indian Ocean marine turtle workshop was jointly supported by WIOMSA, IUCN, WWF, CMS, and WCS and jointly hosted and organized by KWS and KESCOM in Mombasa, Kenya. The theme of the workshop was to strengthen regional collaboration in research, conservation and management of sea turtles in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) Region. The […]
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Assessing Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas: A Workbook for the Western Indian Ocean

The Workbook is designed to allow for a dynamic process of MPA management based on the lessons learnt from pilot assessments in eight MPAs in Kenya, Tanzania and the Seychelles. The method takes into account the management issues faced in the WIO, is cost effective and encourages self-assessment by the managers. This ‘Workbook’ was produced […]
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Promoting Collaborative Management of small-scale fisheries in the tropics

Some 200 million people depend on fisheries for some part of their livelihoods. An overwhelmingly proportion of these are in developing countries, where the capacity of national governments to effectively manage fisheries is challenged by insufficient human and financial capital. This frequently leads to weak governance. These governance constraints can often lead to overfishing, and […]
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WIOMSA Newsbrief – June 2005 – Volume 10, No 2

We are pleased to present the June, 2005 WIOMSA Newsbrief which covers an interesting array of articles: A candid chat with Prof.Nils Kautsky, People and pollution: Ecotoxicology in Western Indian Ocean, WIO-LaB advertises for grants for demontration projects in the Western Indian Ocean region and many more articles
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WIOMSA Newsbrief – December 2005 – Volume 10, No 4

We are pleased to present the December, 2005 WIOMSA Newsbrief which covers an interesting array of articles: Understanding socio-economic changes in coastal communities, Congratulations Dr.Muthiga, Double impact-river waste destroys the ocean, fish farming in mangroves and many more articles
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WIOMSA Newsbrief – September 2005 – Volume 10, No 3

We are pleased to present the September, 2005 WIOMSA Newsbrief which covers an interesting array of articles: Putting people first – how marine Putting people first – how marine research can lessen poverty, National Forum feeds National Forum feeds into Regional Symposium, 3rd General Assembly of the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA), Board […]
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WIOMSA Newsbrief – March 2005 – Volume 10, No 1

We are pleased to present the March, 2005 WIOMSA Newsbrief which covers an interesting array of articles: WIOMSA’s future discussed in Mombasa WIOMSA’s future discussed in Mombasa, Potential for sustainable dolphin tourism, New understanding of reef fish spawning, Latest technology used in mangrove studies and many more articles
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