Preface Introduction How to use the toolkit Links Home MPAs in the WIO Additional sources of information Related initiatives Contacts

 


Acknowledgements

Theme sheets

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Citation: IUCN 2004. Managing Marine Protected Areas: A Toolkit for the Western Indian Ocean. IUCN Eastern African Regional Programme, Nairobi, Kenya, xii + 172pp.

 

THEMES: A B C D E F G H I J K


Title & imprint pages

(.pdf)

Contents

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Preface

(.pdf)

Introduction
How to use the Toolkit

(.pdf)

MPAs of the WIO - maps: Eastern Africa to Madagascar

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MPAs of the WIO - maps: Northern Madagascar, Mascarenes, and the Seychelles

MPAs of the Western Indian Ocean - list of details

(.pdf)

Global and regional conventions and initiatives

(.pdf)

Using the internet

(.pdf)

Obtaining further information

(.pdf)

Acknowledgements

(.pdf)

PART 1. THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS

A. LEGISLATIVE AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

A1. Types and categories of MPAs

(.pdf)

A2. MPA goals and objectives

(.pdf)

A3. Organisational structures

(.pdf)

A4. Legislation

A5. Integrated coastal management

(.pdf)

A6. Environmental Impact Assessment

(.pdf)

B. WHO’S INVOLVED? – PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES

B1. Participatory techniques

(.pdf)

B2. Conflict resolution

(.pdf)

B3. Gender and MPAs

(.pdf)

B4. Local and traditional knowledge

(.pdf)

C. PLANNING AND REPORTING

C1. Mapping & surveying

(.pdf)

C2. MPA design and zonation

(.pdf)

C3. Management plans

(.pdf)

C4. Logical framework approach

(.pdf)

C5. Progress and donor reports

(.pdf)

D. HUMAN RESOURCES

D1. Personnel

(.pdf)

D2. Consultants and experts

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D3. Partnerships and volunteers

(.pdf)

D4. Safety and emergency procedure

(.pdf)

E. FINANCES

E1. Financial planning

(.pdf)

E2. Financial management

(.pdf)

E3. User fees and direct revenue

(.pdf)

E4. Environmental trust funds

(.pdf)

E5. Donor proposals

(.pdf)

E6. Economic valuation

(.pdf)

F. EQUIPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE

F1. MPA buildings

(.pdf)

F2. Energy sources

(.pdf)

F3. The MPA office

(.pdf)

F4. Equipment purchase & maintenance

(.pdf)

F5. Boats and engines

(.pdf)

F6. Vehicles

(.pdf)

F7. Radio and telecommunication

(.pdf)

F8. SCUBA & snorkeling equipment

(.pdf)

F9. Mooring buoys

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G. MONITORING, EVALUATION AND RESEARCH

G1. Principles of monitoring and evaluation

(.pdf)

G2. Compliance and enforcement

(.pdf)

G3. Monitoring coral reefs

(.pdf)

G4. Monitoring mangroves and seagrass

(.pdf)

G5. Monitoring physical conditions

(.pdf)

G6. Socio-economic monitoring

(.pdf)

G7. Fisheries monitoring

(.pdf)

G8. Information management

(.pdf)

G9. Assessing management effectiveness

(.pdf)

G10. Evaluations and reviews

(.pdf)

G11. Research

(.pdf)

PART 2. CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE

H. HABITATS, SPECIES AND CULTURAL RESOURCES

H1. Threatened marine species

(.pdf)

H2. Marine turtles

(.pdf)

H3. Seabirds and shorebirds

(.pdf)

H4. Marine mammals

(.pdf)

H5. Biodiversity and ecosystem health

(.pdf)

H6. Coral reefs rehabilitation

(.pdf)

H7. Coral bleaching

(.pdf)

H8. Crown–of–thorns outbreaks

(.pdf)

H9. Mangrove restoration

(.pdf)

H10. Red tides and harmful algal blooms

(.pdf)

H11. Diseases of marine organisms

(.pdf)

I. FISHERIES

I1. No-take areas

(.pdf)

I2. Managing fishing gears

(.pdf)

I3. Mariculture

(.pdf)

I4. Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs)

(.pdf)

I5. Shark and ray fisheries

(.pdf)

I6. Octopus and sea cucumber fisheries

(.pdf)

I7. Sports and recreational fishing

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I8. Marine organisms for aquaria

(.pdf)

I9. Marine curios

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J. TOURISM, RECREATION AND EDUCATION

J1. Tourism policy and planning

(.pdf)

J2. Visitors and carrying capacity

(.pdf)

J3. Publicity materials and promotion

(.pdf)

J4. Educational activities

(.pdf)

J5. Visitor centres

(.pdf)

J6. Visiting the reefs

(.pdf)

J7. Artificial reefs

(.pdf)

J8. Visiting the mangroves

(.pdf)

K COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND SHIPPING

K1. Coastal engineering

(.pdf)

K2. Nutrient and sewage pollution

(.pdf)

K3. Oil spills

(.pdf)

K4. Solid waste disposal

(.pdf)

K5. Alien invasive species

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