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|Title:||Using systematic biodiversity planning principles to identify and map Key Fishing Areas within South Africa's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)|
|Authors:||Malebu (SANBI), Tsamaelo|
Sink (SANBI), Kerry
Key Fishing Areas
Exclusive Economic Zone
|Series/Report no.:||Biodiversity Planning Forum;|
|Description:||Marine spatial planning is a fast-developing field in South Africa, with many advances and innovations. This session will look at marine spatial planning in South Africa, covering the legislation, the science and who is doing what. It will include a series of speed presentations by students conducting research in this field. The session will also develop some key questions that participants feel should be addressed in marine spatial planning in South Africa.|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference presentations|
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