Social and Ecological Linkages in Marine Resource Use: A Case Study of the Primeiras e Segundas Archipelago in Mozambique






Implementing successful marine protected areas (MPAs) requires an understanding of local marine ecosystems, fisheries and human communities. A rapid assessment conducted in October 2006 was used to identify resource use patterns in the Primeiras and Segundas (P&S) archipelago in Mozambique, by examining data on local marine fisheries, demographic and economic context, as well as the current resource governance regime. Findings suggest that resources users employ low-selectivity fishing gear due to a combination of factors, including institutional weakness, resource dependence by coastal communities, and economic importance of target species, thus threatening the viability of local fisheries and ecological integrity of the area.


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WWF




- Inglês


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- Biodiversidade Marinha;
- Biodiversidade Costeira


- Documentos de Projeto, Relatórios de Projetos e Avaliações


- Áreas Protegidas;
- Uso Sustentável da Biodiversidade;
- Uso Comunitário da Biodiversidade


- Área de Protecção Ambiental das Ilhas Primeiras e Segundas



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