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A Rapid Marine Biodiversity Assessment of the Coral Reefs of Northwest Madagascar

This volume, #31 in the series, reports the results of a marine survey in 2002 off the northwestern coast of Madagascar. This marine area is one that many conservationists think has the greatest potential in all of Madagascar for the development of both ecotourism and marine protected areas. The survey documented a rich variety of coral, mollusk, and fish species, and the report makes further recommendations for conservation in the region.

124 pages | 8 1/2 x 11

Rapid Assessment Program

Biological Sciences: Conservation, Ecology


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Table of Contents

Participants
Organizational Profiles
Acknowledgments
Executive Summary
Overview
Map and Photos
Technical Reports
 
1. Part 1: Zooxanthellate Scleractinia of Madagascar
    Part 2: Reef corals of Northwest Madagascar
    J.E.N. Veron and Emre Turak
2. Molluscs of northwest Madagascar
    Fred E. Wells
3. Reef fishes of northwest Madagascar
    Gerald R. Allen
4. Fisheries of northwest Madagascar
    Jean Maharavo
5. Condition of coral reefs of northwest Madagascar
    Sheila A. McKenna
6. Community use and conservation of marine resources at northwest Madagascar
    Salimo and Bakary Gisele
 
Appendices
Appendix 1: Total inventory of species recorded during the present study and previously recorded for the whole of the SW Indian Ocean
Appendix 2: Coral species recorded at individual sites at northwest Madagascar
Appendix 3: Molluscs recorded at northwest Madagascar
Appendix 4: List of the reef fishes of Madagascar

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