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  • Coral Bleaching in the Indian Ocean: Socio-Economic Assessment of Effects 

    Cesar, H.S.J.; Westmacott, Susie; Pet-Soede, L.; Lindén, O. (2002)
    The mean temperature on the planet is increasing. The rate of this increase appears to be accelerating and is at present approximately 2 degrees per century. 1998 was the warmest year since temperature recordings started ...
  • Indian Ocean Islands – Summary 

    Westmacott, Susie; Quod, J.P. (2000)
    CORDIO activities were conducted in seven of the Indian Ocean Islands namely, Comores, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mayotte, Réunion, Rodregues, and Seychelles. On each island biophysical and socio-economic assessments were ...
  • 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 ...
  • Socio-Economic Assessment of the Impacts of the 1998 Coral Reef Bleaching in the Indian Ocean: A Summary 

    Cesar, H.S.J.; Westmacott, Susie; Pet-Soede, L. (2001)
    Coral reefs are a vital resource to many areas of the Indian Ocean. Coastal populations are continuously increasing (Table 1) and relying on this resource as the basis of the economy. Across the region, the two common ...