Feasibility study on the protection and management of the Barren Isles ecosystem, Madagascar

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Feasibility study on the protection and management of the Barren Isles ecosystem, Madagascar

Cripps, G. 2010. Feasibility study on the protection and management of the Barren Isles ecosystem, Madagascar. Blue Ventures Conservation Report (2009), for WWF and the "Réseau interdisciplinaire pour une gestion durable de la biodiversité marine: diagnostic environnemental et social autour des tortues marines dans le sud-ouest de l’Océan Indien ". 272 pp

The Barren Isles coastal and marine ecosystem is made up of a great diversity of habitats, from deep oceanic waters immediately off the continental shelf, to deep, far offshore reefs and several different forms of shallower coral reefs, to extensive mangrove forests, estuarine marshes, wetlands and coastal dunes backed up by dense semi-humid tropical forest.



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