From microbes to people: tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs
Graham, Nicholas A.J.; Ainsworth, Tracy D.; Baird, Andrew; Ban, N.C.; Bay, L.K.; Cinner, J.E.; De Freitas, D.M.; Diaz-Pulido, Guillermo; Dornelas, Maria; Dunn, Simon; Fidelman, Pedro I.J.; Foret, Sylvain; Good, Tatjana; Kool, Johnathan; Mallela, Jennie-Ann; Penin, Lucy; Pratchett, Morgan; Williamson, David H.
The number of no-take marine protected areas (here referred to as no-take areas, NTAs) on coral reefs has increased considerably in recent decades. Coincident with accelerating degradation of coral reefs, expectations of the benefits that NTAs can provide for coastal societies and sustainability of marine ecosystems has grown. These include increasing abundance of reef organisms both inside and outside NTAs, protecting key ecosystem functions, and providing social and economic benefits through...[Show more]
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