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Title: The Effectiveness of Management of Marine Protected Areas in Kenya
Authors: Maina, J.
Muthiga, N.
McClanahan, T.R.
ASFA Terms: Marine parks
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: ITMEMS
Citation: Second International Tropical Marine Environment Management Symposium, Manila, Philippines 24-24 Mar.
Abstract: The Kenyan coastline is approximately 500 km long, and stretches from 1° 42’ S to 4° 40’ S bordering Somalia in the North and Tanzania in the south (Fig. 1). It has a well-developed fringing reef system. The major oceanographic currents largely drive patterns of coastal currents. South of Malindi, the East African coastal current flows northeast throughout the year coming up from Tanzania and originally driven by the south equatorial current....
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/848
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