Site Report for Selayer, Indonesia
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|Download CCRES Site Report - Selayar (english)||pdf / 7.52 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Volume 558, pages 396–400 (2018)
Chris T. Perry, Lorenzo Alvarez-Filip, Nicholas A. J. Graham, Peter J. Mumby, Shaun K. Wilson, Paul S. Kench, Derek P. Manzell, Kyle M. Morgan, Aimee B. A. Slangen10, Damian P. Thomson11, Fraser Januchowski-Hartley, Scott G. Smithers, Robert S. Steneck, Renee Carlton, Evan N. Edinger, Ian C. Enochs, Nuria Estrada-Saldívar, Michael D. E. Haywood, Graham Kolodziej, Gary N. Murphy, Esmeralda Pérez-Cervantes, Adam Suchley, Lauren Valentino, Robert Boenish, Margaret Wilson & Chancey Macdonald
Volume 557:492. (correspondence)
Ahmadia, G., Darling, E., Andradi-Brown, D., Barnes, M., Estradivari, Gill, D., Glew, L., Gress, E., Gurney, G., Horigue, V., Jakub, R., Mangubhai, S., Valles, H., Wenger, A.
Early view online January 12, 2018
Alice Rogers, Julia L. Blanchard, Steven P. Newman, Charlie S. Dryden, and Peter J. Mumby
Journal of Applied Ecology
Published online December 18, 2017
Alice Rogers, Julia L. Blanchard, Peter J. Mumby
Early view online September 18, 2017
Nils C. Krueck, Christelle Legrand, Gabby N. Ahmadia, Estradivari, Alison Green, Geoffrey P. Jones, Cynthia Riginos, Eric A. Treml, & Peter J. Mumby
Volume 27, Issue 3 April 2017 Pages 925-241
Nils C. Krueck, Gabby N. Ahmadia, Alison Green, Geoffrey P. Jones, Hugh P. Possingham, Cynthia Riginos, Eric A. Treml, and Peter J. Mumby
Volume 355, Issue 6326 February 17, 2017 Pages 731-733
Joleah B. Lamb, Jeroen A. J. M. van de Water, David G. Bourne, Craig Altier, Margaux Y. Hein, Evan A. Fiorenza, Nur Abu, Jamaluddin Jompa, C. Drew Harvell
January 5, 2017
Nils C. Krueck, Gabby N. Ahmadia, Hugh P. Possingham, Cynthia Riginos, Eric A. Treml, Peter J. Mumby
A progress update on an investigation into whether the behavioural principles of Triple P can be applied to the conservation of coral reefs in Indonesia
|Download Engaging parents, families, villages to promote positive behaviours||pdf / 642.89 KB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on development of a knowledge management platform for enabling best-practice in coastal management, planning and policymaking
|Download 160120 ccres pu (building knowledge) lr final||pdf / 1.2 MB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on a study into valuing coral reef fisheries productivity, in relation to habitat structure and quality, at El Nido, the Philippines
|Download Ccres pg (valuing fisheries) lr||pdf / 618.07 KB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on research into seagrass filtration services for moderating human, coral reef and seaweed diseases in coastal Indonesia
|Download Studying the value of seagrass to human health, seaweed farming||pdf / 1.44 MB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on the marine spatial planning and marine reserve network design activities, including expansion of the FISH-BE model
|Download Informing fisheries management and marine spatial planning||pdf / 480.26 KB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on the systems analysis project, including the SESAMME tool and system models for priority issues
|Download Overcoming coastal zone problem by understanding socio-ecological systems||pdf / 458.82 KB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on quantifying the role of mangroves and seagrasses in ecosystem health
|Download Assessing mangrove and seagrass efficiency in sedimentation and water quality regulation||pdf / 472.23 KB||DOWNLOAD|
A progress update on the Bio-LEWIE modelling project (fisheries and tourism)
|Download Developing a model to generate economic insights into local economies||pdf / 465.07 KB||DOWNLOAD|
Global Change Biology
Volume 21, Issue 11 November 2015 Pages 3982–3994
Nicholas H. Wolff, Simon D. Donner, Long Cao, Roberto Iglesias- Prieto, Peter F Sale and Peter J Mumby
These Underwater Cards for assessing the health of coral reefs have been designed so that scientific, professional and recreational divers can all assist with gathering information on the occurrence of coral reef diseases in the Caribbean. These cards will assist in the identification and monitoring of diseases in Caribbean coral and other reef organisms.
|Download Caribbean Underwater ID Cards||pdf / 2.52 MB||DOWNLOAD|
These Underwater Cards for assessing the health of coral reefs have been designed so that scientific, professional and recreational divers can help gather information on the occurrence of coral reef diseases in the Indo-Pacific.
|Download Indo Pacific Underwater ID Cards||pdf / 2.37 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Designed for reef managers by international experts on coral disease, the handbook outlines procedures for describing indicators, measuring impacts, monitoring outbreaks, assessing causes, and managing reefs to minimize losses due to disease.
|Download CRTR Disease Handbook||pdf / 5.21 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Guidelines for coral reef restoration approaches from around the world for coastal managers, decision-makers, technical advisors and others.
|Download Reef restoration concepts guidelines||pdf / 2.23 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download Reef restoration concepts guidelines french||pdf / 1.23 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download Reef restoration guidelines indo||pdf / 7.19 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download Reef restoration guidelines spanish||pdf / 3.02 MB||DOWNLOAD|
This manual captures the learnings of worldwide research into reef rehabilitation and seeks to reduce the proportion of reef rehabilitation projects that fail. It provides detailed hands-on advice, based on lessons-learnt from previous experience, on how to carry out coral reef rehabilitation in a responsible and cost-effective manner. Additional information and case studies can be viewed here.
|Download Reef rehabilitation manual web||pdf / 4.99 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Human civilisations have developed and thrived during millennia of environmental stability. Until relatively recently, population densities have been low and ecosystems — particularly in the tropics — have been rich in natural resources.
|Download CCRES Project Booklet - English||pdf / 1.36 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download CCRES Project Booklet - Bahasa Indonesia||pdf / 2.38 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Reviews the CoE’s work under the CRTR Local Government Initiative with coastal municipalities surrounding the Lingayen Gulf to improve management and protection of reefs.
|Download Southeast Asian CoE: Local governments critical to effective management and protection of coral reefs - Lingayen Gulf, The Philippines||pdf / 3.42 MB||DOWNLOAD|
This manual provides advice on coral reef practices to assist local governments to better manage coral reefs.
|Download Front page - guide to coral reef||pdf / 470.69 KB||DOWNLOAD|
Seventeen leading marine scientists review the likely impact of climate change on the oceans' coral reefs. The paper also spells out steps that must be taken to address this issue.
This resource examines the science underlying the use of no-take fishery reserves as a management tool for coastal fisheries, with a focus on connectivity.
| Download No-take Fisheries 2010 - English
(revised April 2010)
|pdf / 1.05 MB||DOWNLOAD|
| Download No-take Fisheries 2010 - French
(revised April 2010)
|pdf / 1.05 MB||DOWNLOAD|
| Download No-take Fisheries 2010 - Spanish
(revised April 2010)
|pdf / 1.05 MB||DOWNLOAD|
The CRTR Program has developed a set of Standard Operating Procedures with which to collect state and process variables at the various habitats in the vicinity of each CoE and other satellite locations. These methods will allow useful comparisons among localities, and are flexible enough to allow for different analytical approaches.
|Download Standard Operating Procedures for repeated measures of process and state variables of coral reef environments||pdf / 2.04 MB||DOWNLOAD|
This report details the findings of the CRTR Bleaching Working Group, including major contributions to understanding to the impact of climate change on coral reefs. Read about scientific outcomes, major training achievements, outreach activities and outputs.
|Download Bleaching Related Ecological Factors Report||pdf / 3.32 MB||DOWNLOAD|
Rehabilitation or restoration of damaged reefs is possible in certain circumstances; however, it is complex, requires investment, expertise and long term planning.
|Download Rehabilitation of reefs is a long-term process, not a quick-fix (Advisory Brief)||pdf / 448.85 KB||DOWNLOAD|
This directory aims to help reef managers make better use of remotely-sensed data. It details opportunities provided by remote sensing, the limitations of different methods, and considerations for implementation.
| Download Directory of Remote Sensing Applications for Coral Reef Management
This online-toolkit shows managers, scientists and technicians working in coastal marine environments how images, collected from satellites and aircraft, can be used to map and monitor changes to indicators of coastal ecosystem health. The toolkit fo
|pdf / 1.1 MB||DOWNLOAD|
| Download Marine Remote Sensing Toolkit
This brochure provides further informaiton on the toolkit for those planning to use remote sensing to map and monitor coastal ecosystem health.
|pdf / 591.36 KB||DOWNLOAD|
| Download Model for running remote sensing scenarios.
|zip / 7.46 MB||DOWNLOAD|
This handbook aims to help managers of coastal areas, in particular those of coastal marine protected areas (MPAs), understand and apply the concept of connectivity in their work.
|Download CRTR Connectivity Handbook - English||pdf / 3.94 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download CRTR Connectivity Handbook - Spanish||pdf / 2.92 MB||DOWNLOAD|
ReefGame is a linked board game and computer model that can be used to explore alternative and supplemental livelihoods and coral reef conservation. This book outlines what ReefGame is, who can use it and provides instructions for playing ReefGame.
|Download REEF GAME - Tool Demonstration Guide||pdf / 1.05 MB||DOWNLOAD|
|Download Reefgame||zip / 34.2 MB||DOWNLOAD|