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|Title:||MESMA : a European project for the evaluation of spatially managed areas. The Strait of Sicily case study|
Vega Fernandez, T.
Pace, Marie Louise
|Keywords:||Marine parks and reserves -- Management -- Case studies|
Marine parks and reserves -- Management -- Sicily
Marine parks and reserves -- Management -- Malta
Marine parks and reserves -- Management -- Mediterranean Region
Environmental management -- Mediterranean Region
|Publisher:||Società Italiana di Biologia Marina|
|Citation:||Pipitone, C., Vega Fernandez, T., Badalamenti, F., D'Anna, G., Fiorentino, F., Garofalo, G.,... Pace, M. L. (2011). MESMA: a European project for the evaluation of spatially managed areas. The Strait of Sicily case study. Biologia Marina Mediterranea, 18 (1), 56-57.|
|Abstract:||The EU-funded MESMA project aims at developing tools for the monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas (SMAs). The Strait of Sicily (central Mediterranean), which is one of the selected case studies, is an area characterized by several human activities impacting on the ecosystem and generating conflicts. The main output of MESMA will be a generic framework for the evaluation of SMAs coupled to a governance analysis carried out in each case study.|
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