Cumulative Human Impacts on Coral Reefs: Assessing Risk and Management Implications for Brazilian Coral Reefs

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Rafael A. Magris; Alana Grech; Robert L. Pressey;
(2018)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Diversity (issn: 1424-2818)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/RPQ6D, doi: 10.31230/OSF.IO/RPQ6D, doi: 10.3390/d10020026
  • Subject: overfishing | bepress|Life Sciences|Marine Biology | MarXiv|Life Sciences|Biology | bepress|Life Sciences | anthropogenic stressors | Brazilian coast | bepress|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology | ecosystem management | human footprint | cumulative impact assessment | MarXiv|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology | bepress|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|Other Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | climate change | marine planning | MarXiv|Life Sciences | MarXiv|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | multiple stressors | bepress|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | QH301-705.5 | bepress|Life Sciences|Biology | coral reefs | MarXiv|Life Sciences|Marine Biology | MarXiv|Life Sciences|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|Other Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Biology (General)
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Effective management of coral reefs requires strategies tailored to cope with cumulative disturbances from human activities. In Brazil, where coral reefs are a priority for conservation, intensifying threats from local and global stressors are of paramount concern to ma... View more
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