Since 2005, many coral reef sites around the globe have been working to apply resilience principles to their management activities and incorporate them into the design of new MPA networks. Scientists in some regions have been working to identify indicators of resilience and then incorporate that information into their management strategies.

As the science continues to develop, we will share the management implications here as well as describe the actual projects that are underway. Please contact us to share your progress and lessons learned.

Select a case study from the map or the lists below.

map of case studies Bonaire - Land Pollution Seychelles - Resilience Assessment India - MPA Sumatra (FSA) Mozambique - Resilience Assessment Hawaii, USA - Community Management American Samoa - Land Pollution Honduras - MPA Bahamas - Restoration of Coral Reefs Tobago - Bleach Response Micronesia - Spatial Planning Fiji - Restoration of Coral Reefs Jamaica-Belize Exchange (FSA)

Coral Reef Case Studies

Fish Spawning Aggregation (FSA) Case Studies

Florida, USA - Bleach Response and Monitoring
Florida, USA - Restoration of Coral Reefs

Papua New Guinea - Resilient MPA Network
Papua New Guinea - Communication

Indonesia - Measuring Effectiveness
Indonesia, Lesser Sunda - Resilient MPA Network
Indonesia, Raja Ampat - Resilient MPA Network
Indonesia, Wakatobi - MPA Network
Wakatobi (FSA)

Australia - Communication
Australia - Resilience Assessment

US Virgin Islands- Restoration and Monitoring
US Virgin Islands (FSA)
British Virgin Islands - MPA

Mesoamerican Reef - MPA
Belize (FSA)

Kenya - Bleach Response and Monitoring
Tiwi-Msambweni, Kenya (FSA)

Palau - MPA Network and Pollution
Guam-CNMI-Palau Exchange (FSA)

 

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