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301. Pet, J. and R. Djohani, 1996
A framework for management of the marine resources of Komodo National Park and surrounding marine areas in Eastern Indonesia.
Paper prep. for The Nature Conservancy.


302. Gilmour, A. & Craik, W., 1985
A framework for monitoring the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Proc. Fifth Inter. Coral Reef Congress, Tahiti 4:265-270


303. Gilmour, A. and W. Craik, 1985
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A Framework For Monitoring The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
p. 265-270. In: C. Gabrie and B. Salvat (assoc. eds.) Proceedings Of The Fifth International Coral Reef Congress. Tahiti, 27 May -1 June 1985. Vol. 4: Symposia and Seminars (B).


304. Rouphael, A. B., A. Abdulla and Y. Said, 2011
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A framework for practical and rigorous impact monitoring by field managers of marine protected areas
Environ Monit Assess (2011) 180:557–572


305. Ruddle, K., 1988
A framework for research on the traditional knowledge and management of coastal systems, with particular reference to coral reef fisheries.
Galaxea 7(2):179-184.


306. Marshall, N.A., P.A. Marshall, J. Tamelander, D. Obura, D. Malleret-King and J.E. Cinner, 2010
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A Framework for Social Adaptation to Climate Change Sustaining Tropical Coastal Communitites and Industries
IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. v + 36 pp.


307. Olsen, S.B., 1997
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A framework for the contribution of the sciences to effective coral reef management,
p. 1973-1976. In: H.A. Lessios and I.G. Macintyre (eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium Vol. 2. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama.


308. Turner, B. L., II et al., 2003
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A Framework for Vulnerability Analysis in Sustainability Science
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100: 8074–8079.


309. Beger, M., A.R. Harborne, T.P. Dacles, J. Solandt and G.L. Ledesma, 2005
A Framework of Lessons Learned from Community- Based Marine Reserves and its Effectiveness in Guiding a New Coastal Management Initiatives in the Philippines
Environmental Management Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 786–801


310. Hughes, S. , Yau, A. , Max, L. Petrovic, N. , Davenport, F. , Marshall, M., McClanahan, T.R. , Allison, E.H. , Cinner, J.E., 2012
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A framework to assess national level vulnerability from the perspective of food security: The case of coral reef fisheries
Environmental Science & Policy Volume 23, November 2012, Pages 95–108


311. Banner, A.H., 1968
A freshwater "kill" on the coral reefs of Hawaii.
Tech. Rep. Hawaii Inst. Mar. Biol. no. 15, 29pp


312. Banner, A.H., 1968
A freshwater kill on the coral reefs in Hawaii.
Hawaii Institite of Marine Biology Technical Report 15:1-29.


313. Bellwood, D. and J.H. Choat, 1990
A functional analysis of grazing in parrotfishes (Family Scaridae): the ecological implications.
Env. Biol. Fish. 28:189-214.


314. Steneck, R.S. and M.N. Dethier, 1994
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A functional group approach to the structure of algal-dominated communities.
Oikos 69, no. 3: 476-98.


315. Wainwright, P. C., D. R. Bellwood, M. W. Westneat, J. R. Grubich & A. S. Hoey, 2004
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A functional morphospace for the skull of labrid fishes: patterns of diversity in a complex biomechanical system.
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society ,2004 pp 82: 1-25.


316. Ogawa, K. & Hotta, K., 1990
A fundamental study on application of AI to the ocean environmental analysis.
Proc. Fourth Congress Mar. Sci & Tech. Vol II, 21-24


317. Lanzante, J., 1983
A further assessment of the association between sea surface temperature gradient and the overlying midtropical spheric circulation.
J. Phys. Oceanogr. 13:1971-1974


318. Clarke, K.R. and R.M. Warwick, 2001
A further biodiversity index applicable to species lists: variation in taxonomic distinctness.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 216:265-278


319. Kimmerer, W.J., 1984
A further improvement in the operation of oopening/closing nets.
J. Plankton Res. 6:527-529.


320. Teh, L, 2011
A fuzzy logic approach to spatial management of small-scale fisheries
PhD thesis. University of British Columbia


321. Teh, L, 2011
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A fuzzy logic approach to spatial management of small-scale fisheries
PhD thesis. University of British Columbia


322. Meesters, E.H., R. P. M. Bak , S. Westmacott , M. Ridgley , and S. Dollar., 1998
A Fuzzy Logic Model to Predict Coral Reef Development under Nutrient and Sediment Stress
Conservation Biology: Vol 12 (5), Pg 957, Oct 1998


323. MACINTYRE, I. G., I. G., K. RUTZLER, D. S., LITTLER, AND M. M., LITTLER, 2000
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A GENERAL BIOLOGICAL AND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE RIMS OF PONDS IN THE MAJOR MANGROVE ISLANDS OF THE PELICAN CAYS, BELIZE
Atoll Research Bulletin, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. (467): 32 pp


324. Macintyre, I. G., I. Goodbody, K. Rutzler, D. S. Littler and M. M. Littler, 2000
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A GENERAL BIOLOGICAL AND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE RIMS OF PONDS IN THE MAJOR MANGROVE ISLANDS OF THE PELICAN CAYS, BELIZE
Atoll Research Bulletin, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. (467): 32 pp


325. MacIntyre, I.G., I. Goodbody, K. Rutzler, D.S. Littler and M.M. Littler, 2000
A general biological and geological survey of the rims of ponds in the major mangrove islands of the Pelican Cays, Belize.
Atoll Res. Bull. 467:15-34.


326. Schnute, J. T., 1994
A general framework for developing sequential fisheries models.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. Vol.51 :1676-1688


327. Sala, E., O. Aburto-Oropeza, G. Paredes, I. Parra, J.C. Barrera and P. K. Dayton, 2002
A General Model for Designing Networks of Marine Reserves.
Science Dec 6 2002: 1991-1993.


328. Hubbard D.K., 1987
A General Review of Sedimentation as it relates to Environmental Stress in the Virgin Islands Biosphere Reserve and the Eastern Carribean in general
Biosphere Reserve Research report No 20


329. Watts, J.C.D., 1971
A general review of the oceanography of the northern sector of the South China Sea.
Hong Kong Fisheries Bulletin


330. Cairns, S.D., 1983
A generic revision of the Stylasterina (Coelenterata: Hydrozoa).
Bulletin of Marine Science, 33, pp. 427-508.


331. Karakashian, S.J. & Seigel, R.W., 1965
A genetic approach to endocellular symbiosis.
Exp. Parisitol. 17:103-122


332. Koehn, R.K. & Shumway, S.E., 1982
A genetic/physiological explanation for differential growth rataes among individuals of the American oyster {Crassostrea} {virginicus} (Gimelin).
Mar. Biol. Lett. 3:35-42


333. Cohen, A. L. and T.A. McConnaughey, 2003
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A Geochemical Perspective on Coral Mineralization.
p. 151-187. In: Dove, P.M., S. Weiner, and J.J. deYoreo (Eds.). Biomineralization. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry Vol. 54.


334. Schlanger, S. and G. Gillett, 1976
A geological perspective of the upland biota of Laysan Atoll (Hawaiian Islands)
Biol. J. Linnean Soc.


335. Shinn, E.A., C. D. Reich, S. D. Locker and A. C. Hine, 1998
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A Giant Sediment Trap in the Florida Keys.
U.S. Geological Survey on line document


336. Konishi, K., 2004
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A glimpse of coral reef studies in pre-westernized Japan.
p. 282-283. in The Japanese Coral Reef Society and Ministry of the Environment (Editors). Coral reefs of Japan. Ministry of the Environment, Tokyo, Japan. 356 p.


337. Carsey, T., K.D. Goodwin, J. Hendee, J.R. Proni, C. Sinigalliano, J. Stewart, J-Z. Zhang, N. Amornthammarong, J. Craynock, S. Cummings, P. Dammann, C. Featherstone, J. Stamates and K. Sullivan, 2008
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A glimpse of the Florida Area Coastal Environment (FACE) program
Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008. Vol. 1: 566-570 (Session number 16)


338. Ohshima, H., 1935
A glimpse on animals of the Yaeyana Group, Riukiu.
Plants and Animals 10:91


339. Selig, E.R. and J. F. Bruno, 2010
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A Global Analysis of the Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in Preventing Coral Loss
PLoS ONE 5(2): e9278.


340. Hodgson, G., 1999
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A global assessment of human effects on coral reefs.
Marine Pollution Bulletin. 38(5): 345-355.


341. Hodgson, G., 1999
A global coral reef assessment.
Mar. Poll. Bull. 38(5): 345-355.


342. Aubrecht, C., C.D. Elvidgeb, T. Longcorec,d, C. Richc, J. Safrane, A.E. Strong C.M. Eakinf, K.E. Baughb, B.T. Tuttleb, A.T. Howardb and E.H. Erwin, 2008
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A global inventory of coral reef stressors based on satellite observed nighttime lights
Geocarto International, 23(6): 467–479


343. Smith, G. and J. Jakubowska, 2000
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A global overview of protected areas on the world heritage list of particular importance for biodiversity: a contribution to the global theme study of world heritage natural sites.
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, UK.


344. Thorsell, J., R. F. Levy and T. Sigaty, 1997
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A global overview of wetland and marine protected areas on the world heritage list.
Natural Heritage Programme, IUCN Gland, Switzerland and The World Conservation Monitoring Centre.


345. Karoly, D.J., 1983
A global picture of the Southern Oscillation.
in: Proceedings, Colloquium on the Significance of the Southern Oscillation-El Nino Phenomenon, AMSTAC, Canberra, 27-28 July, 1983, pp15-24


346. Oliver, J, P. Marshall, N. Setiasih and L. Hansen, 2004
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A global protocol for assessment and monitoing of coral bleaching.
WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia and WWF Indonesia, Jakarta. 35 p.


347. GBRMAP, World Bank and IUCN, 1995
A global representative system of marine protected areas.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority/World Bank/ International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, vol. I-IV


348. Kelleher, G., C. Bleakley and S. Wells (Eds), 1995
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A Global Representative System of Marine Protected Areas.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, The World Bank The World Conservation Union (IUCN), (3 volumes).


349. Norse, E.N., and L.R. Gerber., 1993
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A Global Strategy for Preserving Biological Diversity in the Sea.
Diversity 9(3):40-44.


350. Kelleher, G., C. Bleakly and S. Wells, 1995
A global system of Marine Protected Areas. 3.
Central Indian Ocean, Arabian seas, East Africa and East Asian seas. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority/ World Bank/ World Conservation Union (IUCN): Washington D.C. 147p.


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