6 edition of Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand
C. Nicholas Taylor
|Statement||Nick Taylor and Brigid Buckenham.|
|Series||Science for conservation,, 217|
|Contributions||Buckenham, Brigid., New Zealand. Dept. of Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||QH91.75.N45 T39 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2003363259|
Marine reserves are increasingly recognized as having linked social and ecological dynamics. This study investigates how the ecological performance of 56 marine reserves throughout the Philippines, Caribbean, and Western Indian Ocean (WIO) is related to both reserve design features and the socioeconomic characteristics in associated coastal by: In , NIWA carried out a study to assess the perceived value of New Zealand’s coastal marine environment for Biosecurity New Zealand (MAFBNZ). This was part of a wider project to assess the social, economic, cultural, and environmental values of .
New Zealand has 37 marine reserves spread around the North and South Islands and other outlying islands. These are 'no take' areas where all forms of exploitation are prohibited. Marine reserves are administered by the Department of Zealand's marine environment is more than 15 times larger than its terrestrial area, however only % of New Zealand's . Impacts. Bibliography; Positive Environmental Impacts. An environmental responsibility programme was created for the Rugby World Cup to maintain New Zealand’s reputation for good environmental standards. This programme delivered both positive short term and long term, national and regional benefits for New Zealand.
Forests provide a wide range of economic and social benefits for instance through employment, value generated from the processing and trade of forest products, and investments in the forest sector. Benefits also include the hosting and protection of sites and landscapes of high cultural, spiritual, or recreational value. Economic benefits can usually be valued in monetary terms but . No-take marine reserves are a relatively new thing in the world. When the scientists of Auckland University's Leigh Laboratory set out to protect the waters around their lab in the 's, they didn't anticipate it would create a $ million benefit to the local economy ().The benefits of marine reserves to marine biodiversity are now well documented in New Zealand and .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, C. Nicholas. Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand. Wellington, N.Z.: Dept. of Conservation, © New Zealand’s first marine reserve was established in in an area north of Auckland known as Goat Island. It was one of the planet’s first no-take marine reserves.
The fish in this reserve have had more than 30 years to get over their fear of. Horoirangi Marine Reserve One of New Zealand's newest sanctuaries, Horoirangi Marine Reserve is a wonderful low tide adventure. Spectacular bluffs and steep hillsides provide a dramatic backdrop to Horoirangi Marine Reserve, which is north of Nelson city along the eastern side of Tasman Bay.
Visitors are free to enter these unspoiled reserves and marvel at the prolific sea life that is totally protected from exploitation by fishing and gathering.
The fish populations can be 40 times higher than areas outside the reserves. New Zealand's most loved marine reserves are very accessible to. Marine reserves are part of a comprehensive approach to managing the marine environment. InNew Zealand had 16 marine reserves totalling ha of territorial sea.
Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand Nick Taylor and Brigid Buckenham Taylor Baines & Associates, Christchurch ABSTRACT Marine reserves are part of a comprehensive approach to managing the marine environment.
InNew Zealand had 16 marine reserves totalling ha of territorial sea. View a map showing the location of New Zealand's marine reserves. View a map showing the location of New Zealand's marine reserves. See marine reserves A-Z for more information.
Marine environment refers to New Zealand’s Territorial Sea (from the shore out to 12 nm) and Exclusive Economic Zone (from 12 nm from the shore to nm from the shore). The video on the right showcases the marine life at Port Pegasus, in Stewart Island/Rakiura.
It represents one of mainland New Zealand's most pristine marine environments. New Zealand has over three dozen marine reserves spread around the North, the South Island, and neighbouring islands, and on outlying island groups.
They are governed by the Marine Reserves Act and administered by the Department of Conservation with assistance from the Ministry of Fisheries, New Zealand Customs and the New Zealand Defence Forces.
Despite our experience of marine reserves, responses in newly-created reserves are not predictable even in New Zealand (Langlois and Ballantine, ).
In other countries, the only prediction that can be made is that most responses to marine reserves, whether social or ecological will include major surprises even to those most knowledgeable Cited by: Gill agreed that only a handful of such rigorous studies exist, and pointed to one published in that looked at the social impacts of marine protected areas in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The. This book describes the history of the first marine reserves and the lessons that we learnt from them. The purpose of the book is to promote more marine reserves, especially in New Zealand. How to use it This book is a compilation. The various parts were written over a. Existing state marine protected areas were included to account for cumulative impacts.
Download the Socioeconomic Impact Analysis of Marine Reserve Alternatives () Data and Documentation (CD-ROM) Access to the data and documentation is available to the public.
Originally CORE economists were asked to evaluate five alternatives. Because our seas are so isolated and we have a broad range of habitats, a high number of species are found only in New Zealand waters. The Government is creating a network of MPAs to protect examples of our rare, outstanding, and different marine habitats and ecosystems.
Other ways to protect areas include: marine reserves; Fisheries Act. Marine reserves. After many years of lobbying by scientists and divers, New Zealand’s first marine reserve was created in Formerly known as the Leigh Marine Reserve because of its proximity to the township of Leigh, its official title is the.
(c) Local proposals for extra planning, such as the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park idea in New Zealand (and Marine Santuaries in the U.S.A), should be based on a network of "no-take" areas as the priority zoning.
(d) The immediate and minimum amount for the network of marine reserves, in all regions, should be 10% by area of all habitat. Potential effects. The growth and expanding influence of marine recreation and tourism is now well recognised in New Zealand.
For example, NIWA noted (in ) that ecotourism is a growing industry in the nearshore waters around New Zealand and is already starting to expand into the Exclusive Economic Zone and extended continental shelf. Born in New Zealand, Simon received his B.S. from the University of Auckland, and Ph.D.
from James Cook University, North Queensland, Australia. With much of his work in the South Pacific and Caribbean, Simon has been on many cruises, logging 1, hours of scuba diving and hours in tropical environs. National overview of biological monitoring in New Zealand's Marine Protected Areas / Ann McCrone; Wonders of the sea: the protection of New Zealand's marine mammals / Kate Mulcahy and Raewyn Peart; Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand / Nick Taylor and Brigid Buckenham; Marine resources, their management and protection: a review.
Abstract. Marine protected areas (MPAs) have been established to protect, preserve, and shelter vulnerable and endangered marine life. These areas contribute substantially to reducing the degradation of coastal habitats and sea life, maintaining biodiversity, preventing the loss of marine species, increasing productivity, supporting ecological systems, and Author: Muhammad Mehedi Masud.
New Zealand will create one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, spanning an area ofsq km. The Kermadec ocean sanctuary will be. It is an ideal safari destination and also home to the Great Migration, dubbed “The greatest wildlife show on Earth” and the only animal migration that can be seen from outer space!Sadly, this is currently an endangered phenomenon that might become just another story 30 years from now.
In an effort to prevent this from happening and stop pushing Africa’s. Cape Rodney–Ōkakari Point Marine Reserve was Aotearoa New Zealand’s first, but even though it was a success beyond its creators’ imaginings, it took many years before it was joined by others.
The creation of a marine reserve is no easy matter, requiring years and, in some cases, decades of consultation, application-making, hearings.