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Conserving the forgotten latitudes: approaches to wildlife management on Southern Ocean islands
The Southern Ocean or sub-Antarctic islands are broadly defined as the island archipelagos falling between 30o and 60o south. These islands are greatly influenced by their proximity to the Antarctic continent, but form ...
A review of threats to albatross conservation management and the creation of the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP)
(University of Canterbury, 2011)
Wildlife managers have a difficult task in linking science to effective conservation and management outcomes. Albatross conservation provides an example where these difficulties have been ameliorated through the effective ...
A pragmatic utopia: should the Ross Sea be designated a Marine Protected Area?
The Ross Sea is a prominent embayment in the Antarctic continent, of around 650,000km2 – an area equal to two percent of the Southern Ocean. Approximately two-thirds of this area is covered by the Ross Ice Shelf. The ...