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  • Management of Bleached and Severely Damaged Coral Reefs 

    Westmacott, Susie; Teleki, Kristian; Wells, Sue; West, Jordan (IUCN, Gland, Switzerland, and Cambridge, UK., 2000)
    Coral reefs are one of the most threatened ecosystems in the world. Rivalling terrestrial rainforests in their biological diversity, and providing major economic benefits from fisheries and tourism, coral reefs ecosystems ...
  • Measuring Change and Recovery in Reef Ecosystems 

    Teleki, Kristian; Sheppard, C.; Turner, J. (2000)
    Assessing environmental impacts and monitoring ecosystem recovery requires an understanding of the underlying spatial and temporal changes that have occurred. There are three main questions to be answered with specific ...
  • Reef Systems of the Islands of the Southern Seychelles 

    Spencer, Tom; Teleki, Kristian (2001)
    There are 74 coralline islands in the Southern Seychelles, from which representative reefs have been selected for this report, comprising an atoll (Alphonse), a raised platform island (St Pierre), a carbonate bank ...
  • The Status of the Aldabra Atoll Coral Reefs and Fishes Following the 1998 Coral Bleaching Event 

    Teleki, Kristian; Downing, N.; Stobart, B.; Buckley, R. (2000)
    It is important to establish benchmark reef locations that are remote from centres of human activity and free from anthropogenic disturbances, against which human impacts elsewhere can be assessed and rates of recovery ...