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Editors: Julian Clifton (Univ. of W. Australia, Crawley, Australia), Richard K.F. Unsworth (Dept. of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Queensland , Australia), David J. Smith (Univ. of Essex, UK)
Book Description:
The Coral Triangle in south-east Asia contains over three quarters of the total number of known coral species and more than half of the world’s coral reefs, whilst providing resources to support the livelihoods of around 120 million people. The Wakatobi National Park is centrally located within this region, encompassing 13,000km2 and including a diversity of reefs, seagrass and mangrove habitats whilst also being home to around 100,000 people. The sustainable use of resources within the Wakatobi is therefore of significance with regard to both global marine conservation issues and the well-being of the resident population. Drawing upon contributions from experts in the natural and social sciences, this book offers the first detailed insight into the status of the marine environment in the Wakatobi.

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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xvi

Chapter 1. Introduction, pp. 1-9
(Julian Clifton and Richard K.F.Unsworth)

Chapter 2. Coral reefs of the Wakatobi: abundance and biodiversity, pp. 11-26
(Steve McMellor and David J. Smith)

Chapter 3. Coral reefs of the Wakatobi: processes of reef growth and loss, pp. 27-44
(Sebastian J. Hennige, David J. Suggett, Leanne J. Hepburn, Adam, et al.)

Chapter 4. Seagrass meadows of the Wakatobi National Park, pp. 45-65
(Richard K.F. Unsworth)

Chapter 5. Mangrove forests of the Wakatobi National Park, pp. 67-83
(Simon M. Cragg and Ian W. Hendy)

Chapter 6. The ecology of sponges in the Wakatobi National Park, pp. 85-109
(James J. Bell, Jade Berman, Abigail Powell and Leanne J. Hepburn)

Chapter 7. Extreme physiology of intertidal fishes of the Wakatobi, pp. 111-128
(Wayne Bennett)

Chapter 8. Marine habitat connectivity in the Wakatobi National Park, pp. 129-148
(Pelayo Salinas de León, Richard K.F. Unsworth and James J. Bell)

Chapter 9. Bird populations of the Wakatobi, pp. 149-170
(Dave Kelly and Nicola Marples)

Chapter 10. Marine resource dependence and natural resource use patterns , pp. 171-191
in the Wakatobi
(Leanne C. Cullen)

Chapter 11. Nearshore fisheries of the Wakatobi, pp. 193-207
(Dan A. Exton)

Chapter 12. Achieving congruence between conservation and community: the Bajau ethnic group and marine management within the
Wakatobi and south-east Asia, pp. 209-224
(Julian Clifton)

Chapter 13. Marine and coastal resource knowledge in the Wakatobi, pp. 225-236
(Sarah Pilgrim)

Chapter 14. Marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle:
implications for conservation and communities, pp. 237-250
(Julian Clifton)

Chapter 15. Future directions for marine conservation in the Coral Triangle, pp. 251-258
(Julian Clifton and Richard K.F.Unsworth)

Index pp. 259-258

      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 274
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-473-0
   Status: AV
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