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Title: Culturing Coral for Management
Authors: Franklin, H.
Muhando, C. A.
ASFA Terms: Coral reefs
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Anthropogenic pressures on the coral reefs of Tanzania are high. Over-exploitation, destructive fishing practices, unplanned tourism and high sedimentation load are amongst the most evident contributing factors whilst the poor economy and increased human population density along the coast is an underlying problem. There is a clear need for alternative sources of livelihood and effective ways to manage coral reef resources sustainably. Mariculture is becoming a common component in coastal zone management in Tanzania.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/992
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