The first edition of the widely praised Marine Protected Areas for Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises, published in 2005, led to numerous new marine protected area proposals and a number of notable conservation successes around the world. In this completely revised and expanded second edition, new developments in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific are described, as well as future directions for High Seas protection. New sections show how to design and manage MPAs in an ever noisier ocean subject to climate change, increased shipping and hydrocarbon exploration. The process of protected area creation for cetaceans has been accelerated and more than 200 exciting new places are detailed in this edition. This book provides a route map for MPA managers, as well as countries, to meet the ambitious targets for highly protected MPA networks by 2012 and 2020. This book is a key conservation tool and a springboard for worldwide change in human attitudes toward the world ocean where all life originated and where the majority of life on Earth still lives.This PA is part of the South American River Dolphin Protected Area Network (see www.sardpan.com). ... (18) Cabo Orange National Park (Parque Nacional do Cabo Orange) ac Cabo Orange, Amapa State ac 2389mi2 (6190km2) ac bottlenose dolphin, ... in 1990 as an ecological reserve and upgraded in 1996 with a management plan, this reserve has, according to Reeves (2002), a a#39;strong research focus, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Marine Protected Areas for Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-10-02|