Social and political barriers to the use of Marine Protected Areas for conservation and fishery management in Melanesia
In this paper we examine the strengths and weaknesses of state-supported Customary Marine Tenure (CMT) systems in two independent Melanesian states (Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea) in the context of the management of rapidly intensifying commercial
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