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Demise of the Protector of Seafarers – a review of the impact of pelagic longline fisheries on the status of the blackbrowed Albatross, Thalassarche melanophrys
(University of Canterbury, 2005)
Existing literature has been reviewed to determine the impact of pelagic longline fishing, as part of commercial fisheries exploitation, on the conservation status of Black-browed Albatross. Significant advances have been ...
Effectiveness of accreditation as a tool for the regulation of mainstream Antarctic tourism
Minimisation of cumulative impact resulting from tourism activities in Antarctica is a key issue and currently subject of debate. This paper assesses the strategic and mechanistic components of various accreditation scenarios ...
How do we reduce the human footprint on Antarctica? How do we reduce the human footprint on Antarctica?
Antarctica is a fragile continent where people are not meant to exist. However, we do go there, and through technological innovation, we thrive, leaving our footprint on this continent through science, commercial activities ...