Fish Larvae Help Crack the Code on Effective Fisheries Management
In a recently published article in Marine Policy, leading scientists demonstrate how knowledge and data of fish larval movement are vital to selecting effective areas for small-scale fisheries management and closures
Identifying management opportunities to combat climate, land, and marine threats across less climate exposed coral reefs
Less climate-exposed reefs have high human impacts from climate, marine, and land-based pressures. This paper shows how linking these impacts with management actions can help prioritize and strengthen conservation and management on these reefs.
Gender Equality and Equitable Livelihoods in Coral Reef Ecosystems
This policy brief is intended for policymakers and policy influencers in national, multilateral and funding agencies who are committed to advancing gender equality in coral reef social-ecological systems.