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|Title:||The potential of fisheries reserves as a tool for biodiversity conservation : the case of the 25 nautical mile fisheries management zone around Malta|
Borg, Joseph A.
Smith, Philip I.
Schembri, Patrick J.
|Keywords:||Fisheries -- Malta|
Marine biodiversity -- Malta
Marine ecosystem management -- Malta
|Citation:||Borg, J. A., Camilleri, M., Dimech, M., Schembri, P. J., Sciberras, M., & Smith, P. (2007). The potential of fisheries reserves as a tool for biodiversity conservation : the case of the 25 nautical mile fisheries management zone around Malta. European Symposium on Marine Protected Areas as a Tool for Fisheries Management and Ecosystem Conservation, Murcia. 1.|
|Abstract:||Fisheries reserves (FR) are spatially bounded areas where the harvesting of fisheries resources is restricted in some areas by regulating gear, species captured or fishing period (restricted fishing areas), or forbidden outright (no-take zones) and are designed to protect populations of commercially important stocks from over-exploitation.|
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