Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands

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Coastal region and small island papers 15


Evolution of village-based
marine resource management in
between 1993 and 2001
R. E. Johannes and F. R. Hickey

Memorial for a remarkable man
Table of contents
Executive summary (English, French and Bislama)
1 Introduction
2 Survey of marine management measures, 1993 and 2001  
3 Assessment of village-based marine resource management measures
4 Final remarks
Annex 1 Vanuatu village-based marine reource management 
regulations for tenured fishing grounds, 1993 and 2001
Photo credits Francis R. Hickey and Wan Smolbag Theatre
Design and layout:   Micheline Turner
Web version:  Claire Blackburn

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Vanuatu marine resource management survey sites

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