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- GRANTHAM, HEDLEY S., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Environmental conservation 2016 v.43 no.2 pp. 181-198
- experts; freshwater; governance; government agencies; program planning; stakeholders; terrestrial ecosystems
- ... Marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems face increasing anthropogenic threats that are exacerbated by the ecological connectivity between realms; integrated land-sea management (ILSM) is a framework that can help address this connectivity. However, gaps in our knowledge regarding ILSM remain. This study reviewed 108 relevant studies to understand how ILSM is being utilized. Summarized are: ( ...
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- Aquatic conservation 2016 v.26 no.2 pp. 251-264
- conservation areas; coral reefs; data collection; dynamic models; ecosystems; farms; humans; land use change; marine resources; planning; runoff; sediments; soil; soil erosion; surface water; Indonesia
- ... Soil erosion associated with land‐use change is considered one of the greatest human threats to coral reef ecosystems globally. To account for sediment runoff in land–sea planning, spatially and temporally dynamic models are needed that predict where soil loss is occurring, in addition to where sediments are travelling and settling in coastal marine areas. This assessment is particularly difficult ...