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FrontiersinEcology and the Environment

Summary: FrontiersinEcology
and the Environment
Linking models with monitoring data
for assessing performance of no-take
marine reserves
J Wilson White, Louis W Botsford, Marissa L Baskett, Lewis AK Barnett, R Jeffrey Barr,
and Alan Hastings
Front Ecol Environ 2011; doi:10.1890/100138
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The number of marine reserves is growing worldwide
(Wood et al. 2008), so it is prudent to consider how to
assess whether such reserves achieve their goals. The stated
goals of marine reserves vary widely, but fundamentally all


Source: Anderson, Todd - Department of Biology, San Diego State University


Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology