Rapid Assessment Program

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Sheila Anne McKenna, N. Baillon, H. Blaffart, G. Abrusci
Conservation International, 2006 - Nature - 128 pages
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This French-language volume presents the results of a marine expedition to the coral reefs in the Mont Panié region of New Caledonia. Alongside an account of the region’s rich marine flora and fauna, the study analyzes the results of surveys conducted among local Kanak tribes that examined their use of marine resources and sought their input into conservation recommendations for the region. The report makes specific conservation proposals that respect the traditions—and bear the support—of these local communities. 

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Contents

coralliens étudiés dans Mont Panié 118
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Carte des Sites dÉtudes 123
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Chapitre 4
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About the author (2006)

S. A. McKenna is director of the Marine Biodiversity Analysis Program at the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science at Conservation International.
N. Baillon is director of services of aquaculture and fishing at the Department of Economic Development and Environment, Province Nord.
H. Blaffart is project director at the Mount Panié Co-management Conservation Area, Maruia Trust of New Caledonia Association.
 G. Abrusci is technical coordinator of the Marine Biodiversity Analysis Program at the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science at Conservation International.