1st – 6th July 2019
Mauritius

Coastal governance and policy

  1. Andriamahefazafy, M.; C. Kull; P. Leste; S. Echa; P. Theresine. Caring for the tuna of the Western Indian Ocean: Where the politics and ecology meet.
  2. Baguette, F.; P.A. Adam; M. Murray. The Islands Foundation Model: redefining Small Island Developing States partnerships for a sustainable management of Marine Protected Areas.
  3. Bemiasa, J.; D. Cotton; A. Becker; E. Ash; A. Hibbert; V. Byfield; C. Sams. Madagascar Coastal and Marine Atlas (MaCMA): source of geospatial data and information for ocean and coastal zone management.
  4. Cedras, A.; R. Jhowry. Demonstrating Innovative Ocean Governance Mechanisms and Delivering Best Practices and Lessons for Extended Continental Shelf Management within the Western Indian Ocean Large Marine Ecosystems.
  5. Collins, J. Challenges and Optimal Business Strategies in Marine Bio-Resource Organisations.
  6. Darling, E.; Indo-Pacific Coral Collaboration. Strategic conservation and management of WIO coral reefs in the Anthropocene.
  7. Florence, G. The evolving governance of West Indian Ocean’s Seamounts: role of some rules of Law.
  8. Fulanda, B.; A. Obinna; S. Mohamed; N. Simplice. Domestication Status and Challenges for International Fisheries Management Instruments in the South Western Indian Ocean Region.
  9. Gordon, A.; S. Norman; D. Japp; M. Marriott. Applying the Marine Stewardship Council’s multi-fishery pre-assessment approach to octopus fisheries of the southwest Indian Ocean region.
  10. Gwayise, Z.; S. Harris; N. Carrasco. Zooplankton biodiversity in relation to Critical Biodiversity Area’s (CBA’s) and Marine Protected Area’s (MPA’s) on the KwaZulu-Natal Coast: Implications for Conservation Planning.
  11. Hamad, H. The Importance of Maritime Security Governance in East African Community’s Blue Economy Initiatives.
  12. Iswalala, P.; A. Abdalla; H. Mahudi; S. Mohamed; S. Mkwavila. Mafia Island Marine Parks before and after Implementation of Strategic Adaptive Management approach on management of Coral reef.
  13. Kamau, A.; J. Kairo; L. Mugi; A. hamza. REDD+ Solutions: Enhancing community participation in mangrove carbon offset projects.
  14. Karine, P.; T .Rungassamy; L .Maurel; A .Vaslet; P. Bouvais. Evaluate First Management plan of the MPA of Reunion Island in a context of shark crisis: a tool to write the new plan?
  15. Kawaka, J.; F. Booker; P. Franks. Assessing Governance for the Purpose of achieving social and conservation goals for protected areas.
  16. Kirkman, S.; S. Holness; L. Harris; K. Sink; G. Finke. Review of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas in South Africa and linking them to Marine Spatial Planning.
  17. Mahingika, H.; P. Onyango; A. Ringim. The role of protected areas in biodiversity conservation and sustaining community livelihoods in Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania.
  18. Mbatha, P. Legal pluralism and coastal resource governance.
  19. Molelu, O.; B. Enserink; L. Celliers; C. Sutherland. The power of timed technological innovation and multi-actor interaction to reconfigure development regimes in the port of Durban, South Africa.
  20. Munbodhe, V.; S. Khadun; S. Ramah; T. Voon Chung Ann. Integrated management strategies towards coral reef protection, conservation and restoration in Mauritius.
  21. Munbodhe, V.; T. McClanahan; N. Muthiga; D. Kaullysing; R. Bhagooli; C. Miternique. Integrating reef vulnerability study in Marine Spatial Planning for Mauritius.
  22. Mushi, M.; M. Shalli; M. Mangora. Social Values and Traditional Governance of Mangrove Forests in Moa and Mahandakini Communities in Tanga, Tanzania.
  23. Muumin, H. The Glimpse of Zanzibar Fisheries Frame Survey 2016 and future prospect of Fisheries Management.
  24. Nicolas, T.; L. Slade; K.C. Mohanan; A. Thani; A.S. Hamad. Generating revenue for local marine management: Fishing village committees engage with octopus buyers, in Pemba Island, Zanzibar
  25. Nirina, R. An innovative system to effectively reduce overfishing.
  26. Njiiri, T.; T. Fredrick. Assessment of Plastic Bag Ban Compliance: Case of Likoni, Mombasa County.
  27. Odoli, C.; H. Owiti; K. Nyakeya. Post-harvest interventions in small-scale fisheries: A Boon or Bane to Food and Nutritional Security in Kenya.
  28. Orio, D.; A. Singo; M. Ally. Strategic Adaptive Management (SAM) for Marine Protected Areas; Implementation initiatives and lessons learned in Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park (MBREMP).
  29. Paubert, M.; N. Le Don; M. Remanevy; R. Daniel; M. Sylvain. Fishermen Community Perception on the Protection of Marine Resources and their Responses to Government Policy in the Deep Southern Madagascar.
  30. Pereira, J.; A. Levrel; C. Gough. Evaluation of 7 years of community-led temporary mangrove closures as stepping stone for long term environmental and economic management in South-West Madagascar.
  31. Phair, N.; S. von der Heyden. Applying genomic data to conservation planning in South Africa.
  32. Rabary, A.; E. Bemanaja; A. Ravelomanantsoa; H. Raveloson. Approach on the implementation of marine spatial planning in Madagascar.
  33. Rakotojaofeno, M. Marine Protected Areas as a catalyst for sustainable development in Madagascar – Case of Nosy Tanikely, Madagascar.
  34. Rakotomahazo, C; L. Ravaoarinorotsihoarana; D. Randrianandrasaziky; L. Glass; C. Gough; G. Boleslas; C. Gardner. Participatory planning of community-based payments for ecosystem services initiative in Madagascar’s mangroves.
  35. Rakotondrazafy, V.; M. Randriamihaja. Developing a common definition for LMMAs in Madagascar.
  36. Ramanamandimby, P.; H. Rakotomalala; H. Rakotondrazafy; M. Randrianirina; N. Ramboatiana; T. Razafindrianilana; N. Ratovoson. Spatial-model-based for mangrove ecosystem restoration: case of the Ambaro Bay in Northwestern of Madagascar.
  37. Ratsimbazafy, H.; T. Lavitra; M. Kochzius; J. Hugé. Emergence and diversity of marine protected areas in Madagascar.
  38. Salmin, Y.; N. Jiddawi; T. Gray; A. Temple; S. Stead. Governance Processes and Socio-Economic Factors in Implementing Bycatch Mitigation Measures of Marine Megafauna in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
  39. Sims, H.; J. Smith; W. Cosgrow; A. de Comarmond; W. Agricole. Implementing a Marine Spatial Plan in Seychelles.
  40. Singo, A.; D. Orio; M. Ally. Fisheries catch as a tool for justification of effective conservation efforts in Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park.
  41. Smith, J.; H. Sims; A. de Comarmond; R. Tingey. Marine Spatial Planning in Seychelles.
  42. Sorby, S. Collaborative and effective whale conservation in the Western Indian Ocean through soft law.
  43. Rawat, A.; R, Badal; H. Runghen. Setting up a Marine Spatial Plan for the Republic of Mauritius
  44. Tabau, A.; M. Thiann-Bo. Global Law as an Analysing Tool of Climate Change Adaptation: what Relevance for Justice Assessment of Coastal Governance?
  45. Thoya, P.; K. Schiele; J. Maina; C. Möllmann. Spatio-temporal assessment of large scale fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean: A step towards regional ecosystem-based fisheries management.
  46. Tsiebo, V.; J. razanoelisoa. Stakes and limits of community management. The case of Nosy Ve islet in Anakao, Southwestern of Madagascar.
  47. Wambua, M. A Game Theoretic model and Solution for the Malindi Ungwana Bay Penaeid Conflict.
  48. Wangondu, V.; N. Koedam. Mangrove forest accessibility and impact on stand structure in a marine protected area.