Ecological resilience and gap analysis of the national system of marine protected areas
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Ecological resilience and gap analysis of the national system of marine protected areas

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    Two related sets of April 2009 recommendations from the Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee to NOAA and the Department of the Interior. The first set, Ecological Resilience and Gap Analysis of the National System of Marine Protected Areas, explains the importance of resilience as a theme for meeting the natural heritage and sustainable production goals and objectives of the MPA National System. The second set, Guiding Principles for Ecological Gap Analysis of the National System of Marine Protected Areas, elaborates on the theme developed in the first document, and applies the concepts of gap analysis to the MPA National System, with principles and approaches for addressing the different types of gaps that may occur.
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    Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee.

    Title from title screen (viewed on June 3, 2009).

    At head of title: Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee 23 April 2009.

    Mode of access: World Wide Web.

    System requirements: Internet browser; Adobe Acrobat Reader.

    Includes bibliographical references.

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