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Report of the Third South Pacific National Parks and Reserves Conference held in Apia, Western Samoa, 1985 collected key issue and case study papers Volume 2

by 3rd South Pacific National Parks and Reserves Conference Apia, Western Samoa 24 June - 3 July 1985.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Noumea, New Caledonia South Pacific Commission c1985Description: 294 p. 30 cm.Subject(s): Marine parks and reserves -- Oceania -- Congresses
Contents:
Arthur L. Dahl Adequacy of protected areas in Oceania
William K. Riley Parks in the Pacific
Kuswata Kartawinata UNESCO's programme on world heritage and biosphere reserves
Jeremy Carew-Reid & David Sheppard Environmental management through regional co-operation
Graham Baines Coastal zone management and conservation in the South Pacific
Lui A.J. Bell Coastal zone management in Western Samoa
Jean-Louis Jourde Marine reserves in New Caledonia
William Thomas Fagatele Bay national marine sanctuary
C. Murray Macdonald Establishment and management of marine and estuarine protected areas in Australian waters
Norman Quinn et. al The status and conservation of a newly "discovered" leatherback turtle (dermochelys coriacea linnegeaus, 1766) chelonery at Maus Buang, Papua New Guinea
Ministry of Lands, Survey and Natural Resources, Tonga Sustainable black coral harvesting potential in Tonga
Division of Marine Resources, Ministry of National Resources, Palau Impact and control of dynamiting in Palau
Peter Eaton Tenure and taboo: customary rights and conservation in the South Pacific
Jacques Kusser Traditional use of plants or animals in protected areas in New Caledonia
New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Australia Aboriginal customs and knowledge and its relevance to protected area management in New South Wales
Department of Lands and Survey, New Zealand Traditional rights and protected areas - the New Zealand experience
Iosefatu Reti Resolving conflicts between traditional practices and part management
Peter Eaton Training for conservation area management in the South Pacific region
Harley Manner Resource management and conservation in the Pacific Islands: related activities and capabilities of USP as a regional university
James Thorsell Options for training of protected area managers in the Pacific
Rex Mossman An approach to training park managers in the South Pacific region
Peter Taylor Training aboriginal park managers in Australia
Graham Kelleher & Ian Dutton Environmental effects of offshore tourist development on the Great Barrier Reef
Masahiro Ohta Technical aspects of sub-regional co-operation on management of protected areas
Randy Thaman Microparks in the Pacific Islands - the relevance of traditional and modern small scale conservation areas in the Pacific Islands
Ronald Petocz Irian Jaya, the other side of New Guinea: biological resources and rationale for a comprehensive protected area design
Office of Environment and Conservation, Papua New Guinea Wildlife management areas in Papua New Guinea
John Holloway New Zealand forest parks: a multiple use management model for the South Pacific
Birandra Singh Owner involvement in the establishment of parks
Conservation Service, Cook Islands Endangered species management needs in the Cook Islands
Wildlife Conservation Unit, Kiribati Feral animal eradication programme Kirrimati, Kiribati
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Bibliography p.278-294

p. 2-8 Arthur L. Dahl Adequacy of protected areas in Oceania

p. 9-16 William K. Riley Parks in the Pacific

p. 16-27 Kuswata Kartawinata UNESCO's programme on world heritage and biosphere reserves

p. 28-38 Jeremy Carew-Reid & David Sheppard Environmental management through regional co-operation

p. 40-56 Graham Baines Coastal zone management and conservation in the South Pacific

p. 57-73 Lui A.J. Bell Coastal zone management in Western Samoa

p. 74-78 Jean-Louis Jourde Marine reserves in New Caledonia

p. 79-87 William Thomas Fagatele Bay national marine sanctuary

p. 88 -89 C. Murray Macdonald Establishment and management of marine and estuarine protected areas in Australian waters

p. 90-99 Norman Quinn et. al The status and conservation of a newly "discovered" leatherback turtle (dermochelys coriacea linnegeaus, 1766) chelonery at Maus Buang, Papua New Guinea

p. 100-110 Ministry of Lands, Survey and Natural Resources, Tonga Sustainable black coral harvesting potential in Tonga

p. 111-112 Division of Marine Resources, Ministry of National Resources, Palau Impact and control of dynamiting in Palau

p. 114-134 Peter Eaton Tenure and taboo: customary rights and conservation in the South Pacific

p. 135-137 Jacques Kusser Traditional use of plants or animals in protected areas in New Caledonia

p. 138-143 New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Australia Aboriginal customs and knowledge and its relevance to protected area management in New South Wales

p. 144-153 Department of Lands and Survey, New Zealand Traditional rights and protected areas - the New Zealand experience

p. 154-162 Iosefatu Reti Resolving conflicts between traditional practices and part management

p. 164-175 Peter Eaton Training for conservation area management in the South Pacific region

p. 176-186 Harley Manner Resource management and conservation in the Pacific Islands: related activities and capabilities of USP as a regional university

p. 187-188 James Thorsell Options for training of protected area managers in the Pacific

p. 189-191 Rex Mossman An approach to training park managers in the South Pacific region

p. 192-198 Peter Taylor Training aboriginal park managers in Australia

p. 200-208 Graham Kelleher & Ian Dutton Environmental effects of offshore tourist development on the Great Barrier Reef

p. 210-214 Masahiro Ohta Technical aspects of sub-regional co-operation on management of protected areas

p. 215-236 Randy Thaman Microparks in the Pacific Islands - the relevance of traditional and modern small scale conservation areas in the Pacific Islands

p. 237-252 Ronald Petocz Irian Jaya, the other side of New Guinea: biological resources and rationale for a comprehensive protected area design

p. 253-260 Office of Environment and Conservation, Papua New Guinea Wildlife management areas in Papua New Guinea

p. 261-268 John Holloway New Zealand forest parks: a multiple use management model for the South Pacific

p. 269-270 Birandra Singh Owner involvement in the establishment of parks

p. 271-275 Conservation Service, Cook Islands Endangered species management needs in the Cook Islands

p. 276-277 Wildlife Conservation Unit, Kiribati Feral animal eradication programme Kirrimati, Kiribati