1 edition of Economic value of fisheries to the residents of Bunaken National Marine Park found in the catalog.
Economic value of fisheries to the residents of Bunaken National Marine Park
by Associates in Rural Development for Office of Rural and Environmental Management, USAID in Jakarta
Written in English
|Statement||Natural Resources Management Project, BAPPENAS [and] Ministry of Forestry ; assisted by USAID.|
|Series||Report ;, no. 62, Report (Natural Resources Management Project (Indonesia)) ;, no. 62.|
|Contributions||Natural Resources Management Project (Indonesia)|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2000/00284 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 51 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||00366248|
List of Tables, Figures and Boxes. TABLES Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table Table Table Table. 4 5 6 7. Table 8 Table 9 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 Table. Protected Area, Italy), Nancy Dahl-Tacconi (Bunaken National Park and Sebesi Marine Reserve, Indonesia), Marivel Dygico (Tubbataha Reef National Programme on Marine Science Hand Book. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. (). “Marine reserves and fisheries management”. Science
The study in Indonesia is within the Bunaken Marine National Park, containing high biodiversity and rare species (like the primitive coelacanth). In the Vietnamese study (7), the area is in one of the country's first wetland conservation districts, also containing high biodiversity, and is prioritized for protection under the international Cited by: 5. National Emergency Library. Top A Guidebook of Natural and Social Indicators for Evaluating Marine Protected Area Management Effectiveness" See other formats.
Founded in , the original purpose of the park was to protect wild populations of the world’s largest lizard, the legendary Komodo Dragon. But as the importance of the region’s unique marine biodiversity was realised, , hectares of marine reserve was added to form what we now know as the Komodo Biosphere Reserve and National Park. For example, in Kakorotan, an island located in the northern part of North Sulawesi Province within the Bunaken National Park, communities have been regulating fishing activities through the practice of Eha and Mane'e for several centuries. The word Eha comes from 'e' (warning) and 'ha' (no), implying prohibitions on fishing during certain periods.
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T he economic value of Bunaken Nat ional Park f or visiting touri sts has been esti mated at US$ milli on per year 39 ; when the tourism multiplier effect Author: Lucy Emerton.
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Its natural beauty and rich marine resources mean that the park has a high economic value for both the local tourism and fisheries industries, with20, residents depending on the park for their livelihood. Bunaken National Park has been surveyed for a fourth time in 14 years, in an attempt to establish the species composition of heterobranch sea slugs in a baseline study for monitoring programs and protection of this special park.
These molluscs are potentially good indicators of the health of an ecosystem, as many are species-specific predators on a huge variety of marine Cited by: 3. Integrated fisheries management i including economic development, marine tourism, scientific research, and the satisfaction of knowing that a part of the ocean is protected, and relatively safe from harm.
Bunaken marine park, Indonesia isofficially listed as both a marine reserveand a national marine park. economic crisis of the late s led ultimately to greater regional devolution in the Archipelago and, in turn, the development of a multi-stakeholder park management structure (Bunaken National Park Management Advisory Board).
This management board has, since Marchobtained revenue from park entrance fees, most of. Bunaken, Indonesia. The Bunaken National Marine Park, near Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia, established inis a good example of government collaboration with local park residents.
The park cov hectares of land and marine waters, has five island and includes major areas of coral reef, sea-grass and mangroves ecosystems. Manado Best of Manado, Indonesia Tourism – TripAdvisor; Manado Tourism: TripAdvisor reviews of Manado Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Manado travel resource.
An epicenter of eco-tourism, Manado is a popular spot for scuba diving and snorkeling, especially at Bunaken National Park. Heat your vacation up with. NRMP Report Nornor Economic Value of Fisheries to the Residents of Bunaken National Marine Park. Jakarta. NRMP. Naamin, N. Penggunaan Lahan Mangrove untuk Budidaya Tambak, Keuntungan dan Kerugiannya.
Prosiding Seminar IV Ekosistem Mangrove, Bandar Lampung 7 - 9 Agustus Panitia Nasional Program MAB Indonesia-LIPI. Indonesia is famous for its underwater biodiversity, which attracts many tourists, especially divers. This is also true for Sangihe Islands Regency, an area composed of several islands in the northern part of North Sulawesi.
However, Sangihe Islands Regency is much less known than, e.g., Bunaken National Park (BNP, North Sulawesi). The main island, Sangihe, has recently Cited by: 1.
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The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park of Australia was visited by million visitors ingenerating a total income of US$ million. Kakadu National Park, also in Australia, collected about US$per year, while the Cayman Islands attractdivers per year, who spend US$ 53 million.
A similar, potentially tragic situation is now evolving in North Sulawesi within the Bunaken National Marine Park.
This is one of Indonesia's best known marine tourism destinations. On Bunaken island the majority of fishermen are also small pelagics fishers, which augurs well for conservation efforts within the park. This was renewed in (based on decree No.
99 in ) in which it was designated as a Marine Natural Park. By March 4th,the management of this region is handled by the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) which then changed its status to a National Marine Conservation Area and Marine Tourism Park encompassing by: Bunaken National Park, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Bunaken National Park (BNP) is a 79, ha protected area located adjacent to Manado, the provincial capital, on the northern tip of Sulawesi Island in the province of Minahasa, Indonesia (less than °N).
The southern park unit cov by: marine reserves complement existing marine conservation efforts located in the same province and eco-region, such as the larger-scale Bunaken National Marine Park, one of the outstanding pearls in the string of MPAs dotted across the Indonesian seas.
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Feature has a wealth of marine biodiversity marine park with one of the highest in the world covering the island of Bunaken marine park island of Manado Tua, Bunaken, Siladen, Mantehage island, and the island Naen. Location dive (diving) is limited in each of the five beaches that surround the island.Identifying genetic relationships among tarsier populations in the islands of Bunaken National Park and mainland Sulawesi.
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