MMAS in Fiji
© 2015, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. This article is part of a special issue that provides insight into global conservation science by analyzing a 5-year, $12.5 million global marine conservation science and policy program. In this article, we summarize the development of the program in Fiji. In Fiji, the development of marine managed areas was based on the historical system of Qoli-qoli, moderated by the history of British colonialism, wherein local chiefs and villages controlled access to, and rules for the use of, nearshore marine environments.
Hastings, JG; Orbach, MK; Karrer, LB; Kaufman, L
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