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IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs in tsunami affected countries : 2005

The tsunamis of Sunday 26 December 2004 struck without apparent warning on a clear day. Not only was there a devastating loss of life, but coastal resources and infrastructure in the Indian Ocean suffered massive destruction as well.

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2006
IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs of the world : 2004. Vol. 2

This report was written to provide an overview, without the use of scientific jargon, of the status of coral reefs and causes of reef decline, with recommendations for action by national authorities.

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2004
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Status of coral reefs of the world : 2004. Vol. 1

This report was written to provide an overview, without the use of scientific jargon, of the status of coral reefs and causes of reef decline, with recommendations for action by national authorities.

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2004
IUCN Publication

Methods for ecological monitoring of coral reefs, version 1 : a resource for managers

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2004
IUCN Publication

Socioeconomic monitoring guidelines for coastal managers in Southeast Asia : SocMon SEA

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2003
IUCN Publication

Monitoring coral reef marine protected areas, version 1 : a practical guide on how monitoring can support effective management of MPAs

Coral reefs are at risk from many threats including global warming causing coral bleaching, over fishing or destructive fishing, pollution by sediments, nutrients and toxic chemicals, coral mining and shoreline development and unregulated tourism.

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2003
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A marine rapid assessment of the Raja Ampat Islands, Papua Province, Indonesia

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2002
IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs of the world : 2002

27% of the world's coral reefs have been lost and 14% are predicted to be destroyed in the next 10 to 20 years. These are the predictions of the world's most authoritative document on the health of reef systems.

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2002
IUCN Publication

Coral reefs, mangroves and seagrasses : a sourcebook for managers

11% of all coral reefs have been damaged beyond recovery or totally destroyed; another 16% were damaged in 1998 by climate change related to coral bleaching. More than 50% of the world’s mangrove forests have been cleared without understanding the enormous value of these muddy coastal forests.

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2001
Non IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs of the world : 2000

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2000
IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs of the world : 2000

This report was written to provide an overview, without the use of scientific jargon, of the status of coral reefs and causes of reef decline, with recommendations for action by national authorities.

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2000
IUCN Publication

Socioeconomic manual for coral reef management

Coral reef management has focused traditionally on the biophysical aspects of coral reefs, but today reefs are coming under increasing pressures from human activities. Understanding the socioeconomic context of reef stakeholders is essential for assessing, predicting and managing reef use.

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2000
Non IUCN Publication

Status of coral reefs of the world : 1998

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1998
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Survey manual for tropical marine resources

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1997
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Long-term monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef : status report no. 2

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1997
IUCN Publication

Global climate change and coral reefs : implications for people and reefs. Report of the UNEP-IOC-ASPEI-IUCN Global task Team on the implications of climate change on coral reefs

A global overview of the potential impacts of climate change and sea level rise on coral reefs, and of the implications of such impacts for ecological sustainable use of coral reefs.

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