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Marine spatial planning in the tropical Atlantic

From a Tower of Babel to collective intelligence

The goal of marine spatial planning is to manage uses of marine space to reduce tensions between human activities and the health of marine ecosystems. This is a major and complex challenge, as oceans lie at the intersection of multiple and increasing interests: biodiversity conservation, climate change regulation, economic development, food security.

This handbook takes an interdisciplinary, sustainability science approach to explore the potential and limitations of marine spatial plan...

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Note de l’éditeur

Reworking of illustrations: Eric Opigez
External links and HD maps: Laurent Pourinet & Brice Trouillet

  • Éditeur : IRD Éditions
  • Collection : Synthèses
  • Lieu d’édition : Montpellier
  • Année d’édition : 2023
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 11 septembre 2023
  • EAN électronique : 9782709929974
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.irdeditions.46585
Sophie Lanco Bertrand et Marie Bonnin
Introduction. Marine spatial planning in the tropical Atlantic

From a Tower of Babel to collective intelligence

Part I. Disciplinary perspectives on marine ecosystems in the tropics. A prerequisite for marine spatial planning

Éric Machu, Timothée Brochier, Xavier Capet et al.
Chapter 2. Pollution in a liquid world

Sources and impacts of pollution in Senegal and the implications for marine spatial planning

Anne Lebourges-Dhaussy
Chapter 3. How many fish in the sea and where?

Active acoustics to assess marine organisms

Pericles Silva, Ivanice Monteiro, Vito Ramos et al.
Chapter 4. Local communities, global resources

Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in Cabo Verde

Philippe Soudant, Hilde Toonen, Patricia Mirella Da Silva et al.
Chapter 5. Cultivating the sea

Shellfish aquaculture issues in marine spatial planning

Part II. Marine spatial planning in the tropical Atlantic. Local, national and international issues

Katiuscia Da Silva Leite Noury et Florence Galletti
Chapter 7. Legal tools for coastal zone management in Brazil

A basis for national marine spatial planning?

José Guerreiro, Ana Carvalho et Daniela Casimiro
Chapter 9. Institutional, legal and governance frameworks for marine spatial planning

Case studies in the tropical Atlantic

Brice Trouillet, Ndickou Gaye, Aïchetou Seck et al.
Chapter 10. The information challenges of marine spatial planning

Lessons learned from small-scale fisheries in Senegal

Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero, Etiene Villela Marroni, Juan Carlos Rodríguez Mateos et al.
Chapter 11. South “Atlanticism”

Ocean governance in a community of interest

Part III. Tools for marine spatial planning. Moving towards interdisciplinarity and innovation

Adrien Brunel, Alessandre Giorgis, Noé Bente et al.
Chapter 12. Marine spatial planning in data-poor contexts

To get the facts, reach for the sky

Mauricio Duarte dos Santos, Solange Teles da Silva et Carolina Dutra
Chapter 14. Marine spatial planning and recreational uses of the sea

Protection of surfing sites

Adrien Brunel et Sophie Lanco Bertrand
Chapter 15. Strengths and weaknesses of decision support tools

A didactic example on the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha

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