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A concept for biological valuation in the marine environment

(2007) OCEANOLOGIA. 49(1). p.99-128
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In order to develop management strategies for sustainable use and conservation in the marine environment, reliable and meaningful, but integrated ecological information is needed. Biological valuation rnaps that compile and summarize all available biological and ecological information for a study area, and that allocate ail overall biological value to subzones, can be used as baseline rnaps for future spatial planning at sea. This paper provides a concept for marine biological valuation which is based on a, literature review of existing valuation criteria and the consensus reached by a, discussion group of experts.
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marine biological valuation, biodiversity, ecological valuation criteria, intrinsic value, hotspot approach, PROTECTED AREAS, CONSERVATION, BIODIVERSITY, CRITERIA, CLASSIFICATION, MANAGEMENT, DIVERSITY, SELECTION, RESERVES, BIOGEOGRAPHY

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Derous, Sofie, Tundi Agardy, Hans Hillewaert, Kris Hostens, Glen Jamieson, Louise Lieberknecht, Jan Mees, et al. 2007. “A Concept for Biological Valuation in the Marine Environment.” Oceanologia 49 (1): 99–128.
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Derous, Sofie, Agardy, T., Hillewaert, H., Hostens, K., Jamieson, G., Lieberknecht, L., Mees, J., et al. (2007). A concept for biological valuation in the marine environment. OCEANOLOGIA, 49(1), 99–128.
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Derous S, Agardy T, Hillewaert H, Hostens K, Jamieson G, Lieberknecht L, et al. A concept for biological valuation in the marine environment. OCEANOLOGIA. 2007;49(1):99–128.
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Derous, Sofie, Tundi Agardy, Hans Hillewaert, et al. “A Concept for Biological Valuation in the Marine Environment.” OCEANOLOGIA 49.1 (2007): 99–128. Print.
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  abstract     = {In order to develop management strategies for sustainable use and conservation in the marine environment, reliable and meaningful, but integrated ecological information is needed. Biological valuation rnaps that compile and summarize all available biological and ecological information for a study area, and that allocate ail overall biological value to subzones, can be used as baseline rnaps for future spatial planning at sea. This paper provides a concept for marine biological valuation which is based on a, literature review of existing valuation criteria and the consensus reached by a, discussion group of experts.},
  author       = {Derous, Sofie and Agardy, Tundi and Hillewaert, Hans and Hostens, Kris and Jamieson, Glen and Lieberknecht, Louise and Mees, Jan and Moulaert, Ine and Olenin, Sergej and Paelinckx, Desire and Rabaut, Marijn and Rachor, Eike and Roff, John and Stienen, Eric Willem Maria and van der Wal, Jan Tjalling and Van Lancker, Vera and Verfaillie, Els and Vincx, Magda and Weslawski, Jan Marcin and Degraer, Steven},
  issn         = {0078-3234},
  journal      = {OCEANOLOGIA},
  keyword      = {marine biological valuation,biodiversity,ecological valuation criteria,intrinsic value,hotspot approach,PROTECTED AREAS,CONSERVATION,BIODIVERSITY,CRITERIA,CLASSIFICATION,MANAGEMENT,DIVERSITY,SELECTION,RESERVES,BIOGEOGRAPHY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {99--128},
  title        = {A concept for biological valuation in the marine environment},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2007},
}

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