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Impact of a local, coastal community based management regime when defining marine protected areas: Empirical results from a study in Okinawa, Japan

Paulo A.L.D. Nunes; Payal Shah; Sahan T. M. Dissanayake; Yoko Fujita;
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  • Published: 08 Mar 2019 Journal: PLOS ONE, volume 14, page e0213354 (eissn: 1932-6203, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
Abstract
There is a growing impetus to increase marine protected areas coverage globally from 6% to 30% in 2030. Successfully establishing and maintaining marine protected areas require incorporating public preferences into their establishment and management. We investigate the role of alternate management regimes (top-down and bottom-up) on preferences for marine protected areas and the marginal rate of substitution between natural and man-made capital using a case study in the Asia-Pacific region of Okinawa, Japan. We implemented a choice experiment survey to infer which attributes of marine protected areas are most important for the respondents. We use our survey resu...
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free text keywords: General Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, General Agricultural and Biological Sciences, General Medicine, Research Article, Biology and Life Sciences, Marine Biology, Marine Conservation, Earth Sciences, Marine and Aquatic Sciences, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Conservation Science, Organisms, Eukaryota, Animals, Vertebrates, Fish, Marine Fish, Aquatic Environments, Marine Environments, Research and Analysis Methods, Research Design, Survey Research, Surveys, Ecology, Coral Reefs, Reefs, Medicine, R, Science, Q, Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Central government, Geography, Valuation (finance), Marine protected area, Marginal rate of substitution, Coastal community, Natural resource economics, Natural capital
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1 Jones PJ. Governing marine protected areas: resilience through diversity Routledge; 2014 2 24.

2 Kakuma S. Diversity and multi-functions of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in coral reefs. Galaxea. 2007;8(2):91–108.

3 Yagi N, Takagi AP, Takada Y, Kurokura H. Marine protected areas in Japan: Institutional background and management framework. Marine Policy. 2010 11 1;34(6):1300–6.

4 Matsuda H, Makino M, Tomiyama M, Gelcich S, Castilla JC. Fishery management in Japan. Ecological research. 2010 9 1; 25(5):899–907.

5 Makino M. Fisheries management in Japan: its institutional features and case studies Springer Science & Business Media; 2011 8 26.

6 Christie P. Marine protected areas as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia. InAmerican fisheries society symposium 2004 (Vol. 42, No. 42, pp. 155–164).

7 Pomeroy RS, Watson LM, Parks JE, Cid GA. How is your MPA doing? A methodology for evaluating t he management effectiveness of marine protected areas. Ocean & Coastal Management. 2005 1 1;48(7–8):485–502.

8 Lockwood M. Good governance for terrestrial protected areas: A framework, principles and performance outcomes. Journal of environmental management. 2010 1 1;91(3):754–66. 10.1016/j.jenvman.2009.10.005 19896262 [OpenAIRE] [PubMed] [DOI]

9 Hind EJ, Hiponia MC, Gray TS. From community-based to centralised national management—A wrong turning for the governance of the marine protected area in Apo Island, Philippines?. Marine Policy. 2010 1 1;34(1):54–62.

10 Keane A, Gurd H, Kaelo D, Said MY, de Leeuw J, Rowcliffe JM, Homewood K. Gender differentiated preferences for a community-based conservation initiative. PloS one. 2016 3 29;11(3):e0152432 10.1371/journal.pone.0152432 27022918 [OpenAIRE] [PubMed] [DOI]

11 Aswani S, Albert S, Sabetian A, Furusawa T. Customary management as precautionary and adaptive principles for protecting coral reefs in Oceania. Coral Reefs. 2007 12 1;26(4):1009.

12 Porter-Bolland L, Ellis EA, Guariguata MR, Ruiz-Mallén I, Negrete-Yankelevich S, Reyes-García V. Community managed forests and forest protected areas: An assessment of their conservation effectiveness across the tropics. Forest ecology and managemen t. 2012 3 15;268:6–17.

13 Giakoumi S, McGowan J, Mills M, Beger M, Bustamante R, Charles A, Christie P, Fox M, Garcia Borboroglu P, Gelcich S, Guidetti P. Revisiting “success” and “failure” of marine protected areas: a conservation scientist perspective. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2018;5:223.

14 Nunes PA, De Blaeij AT. Economic assessment of marine quality benefits: applying the use of non-market valuation methods InMarine Resource Damage Assessment 2005 (pp. 135–163). Springer, Dordrecht.

15 Brander LM, Van Beukering P, Cesar HS. The recreational value of coral reefs: a meta-analysis. Ecological Economics. 2007 6 15;63(1):209–18.

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Abstract
There is a growing impetus to increase marine protected areas coverage globally from 6% to 30% in 2030. Successfully establishing and maintaining marine protected areas require incorporating public preferences into their establishment and management. We investigate the role of alternate management regimes (top-down and bottom-up) on preferences for marine protected areas and the marginal rate of substitution between natural and man-made capital using a case study in the Asia-Pacific region of Okinawa, Japan. We implemented a choice experiment survey to infer which attributes of marine protected areas are most important for the respondents. We use our survey resu...
Subjects
free text keywords: General Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, General Agricultural and Biological Sciences, General Medicine, Research Article, Biology and Life Sciences, Marine Biology, Marine Conservation, Earth Sciences, Marine and Aquatic Sciences, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Conservation Science, Organisms, Eukaryota, Animals, Vertebrates, Fish, Marine Fish, Aquatic Environments, Marine Environments, Research and Analysis Methods, Research Design, Survey Research, Surveys, Ecology, Coral Reefs, Reefs, Medicine, R, Science, Q, Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Central government, Geography, Valuation (finance), Marine protected area, Marginal rate of substitution, Coastal community, Natural resource economics, Natural capital
Communities
European Marine Science
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59 references, page 1 of 4

1 Jones PJ. Governing marine protected areas: resilience through diversity Routledge; 2014 2 24.

2 Kakuma S. Diversity and multi-functions of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in coral reefs. Galaxea. 2007;8(2):91–108.

3 Yagi N, Takagi AP, Takada Y, Kurokura H. Marine protected areas in Japan: Institutional background and management framework. Marine Policy. 2010 11 1;34(6):1300–6.

4 Matsuda H, Makino M, Tomiyama M, Gelcich S, Castilla JC. Fishery management in Japan. Ecological research. 2010 9 1; 25(5):899–907.

5 Makino M. Fisheries management in Japan: its institutional features and case studies Springer Science & Business Media; 2011 8 26.

6 Christie P. Marine protected areas as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia. InAmerican fisheries society symposium 2004 (Vol. 42, No. 42, pp. 155–164).

7 Pomeroy RS, Watson LM, Parks JE, Cid GA. How is your MPA doing? A methodology for evaluating t he management effectiveness of marine protected areas. Ocean & Coastal Management. 2005 1 1;48(7–8):485–502.

8 Lockwood M. Good governance for terrestrial protected areas: A framework, principles and performance outcomes. Journal of environmental management. 2010 1 1;91(3):754–66. 10.1016/j.jenvman.2009.10.005 19896262 [OpenAIRE] [PubMed] [DOI]

9 Hind EJ, Hiponia MC, Gray TS. From community-based to centralised national management—A wrong turning for the governance of the marine protected area in Apo Island, Philippines?. Marine Policy. 2010 1 1;34(1):54–62.

10 Keane A, Gurd H, Kaelo D, Said MY, de Leeuw J, Rowcliffe JM, Homewood K. Gender differentiated preferences for a community-based conservation initiative. PloS one. 2016 3 29;11(3):e0152432 10.1371/journal.pone.0152432 27022918 [OpenAIRE] [PubMed] [DOI]

11 Aswani S, Albert S, Sabetian A, Furusawa T. Customary management as precautionary and adaptive principles for protecting coral reefs in Oceania. Coral Reefs. 2007 12 1;26(4):1009.

12 Porter-Bolland L, Ellis EA, Guariguata MR, Ruiz-Mallén I, Negrete-Yankelevich S, Reyes-García V. Community managed forests and forest protected areas: An assessment of their conservation effectiveness across the tropics. Forest ecology and managemen t. 2012 3 15;268:6–17.

13 Giakoumi S, McGowan J, Mills M, Beger M, Bustamante R, Charles A, Christie P, Fox M, Garcia Borboroglu P, Gelcich S, Guidetti P. Revisiting “success” and “failure” of marine protected areas: a conservation scientist perspective. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2018;5:223.

14 Nunes PA, De Blaeij AT. Economic assessment of marine quality benefits: applying the use of non-market valuation methods InMarine Resource Damage Assessment 2005 (pp. 135–163). Springer, Dordrecht.

15 Brander LM, Van Beukering P, Cesar HS. The recreational value of coral reefs: a meta-analysis. Ecological Economics. 2007 6 15;63(1):209–18.

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