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Targeted Research and Monitoring Programs for Enhanced Management of the Seas of East and Southeast Asia

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Publication Date: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011
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Out of Print

This policy brief highlights the importance of effective monitoring in improving the management of the Seas of Southeast and East Asia, and particularly in assessing the socioeconomic impact of management programs. Moreover, the complexity of the coastal and marine issues in the region need to be contextualized in the light of the global drivers that include evolving politics, economy, science and technology, and environment.

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