Tagged on: Regional Sea Region

The state of the marine environment

This report reviews the health of the oceans by analyzing sources and types of marine pollutants.

Download: rsrs115.pdf
Long-term consequences of low-level marine cntamination: an analytical approach

This document is based on the work of the GESMAP Workking Group on the Long-term contamination of the marine environment.

Download: rsrs118.pdf
Combating oil pollution in the Kuwait Action Plan region.

This report documents rapid industrialization and urbanization of the states of the region.

Download: rsrs044.pdf
Regional Co-operation on environmental protection of the marine and coastal areas of thr Pacific basin
Lyon Dahl

This paper proposes some pollution control alternatives as mechanisma to address surrent regional problems in South-East Pacific.

Download: rsrs134.pdf
Extraction de sabels coralleins et de coraux a l'ile Maurice: Bilan et perspectives
R.E Quelennec
Management and conservation of renewable marine resources in the Kuwait action plan region

This report reviews the past and on-going conservation activities related to the Eastern Africa region at the regional and national levels in Kuwait action plan

Download: rsrs063.pdf
Implications of climate change in the red sa and gulf of aden: an overview
Moustafa M.Fouda and Makram A.Gerges

This report addresses the regional overviews and site specific case studies on the possible impact of predicted climate change on the ecological systems and socio-economic activities.

Download: rsrs156.pdf
Environmental problems of the marine and coastal area of Sri Lanka
A.H.V Sarma

This is the country report on environmental problems in Sri Lanka.

Download: rsrs074.pdf
Co-operation for environmental protection in the pacific
Arthur Lyon Dahl

This report reviews the characteristics of currents, waves and tides and their role in pollutant transport in South-East Asian seas.

Download: rsrs097.pdf
Seamounts, deep-sea coral and fisheries
Malcolm R Clark, Derek Tittensor, Alex D Rogers, Paul Brewin, Thomas Schlacher, Ashley Rowden, Karen Stocks, Mireille Consalvey

This report, compiled by an international group of
leading experts working under the Census of Marine Life
programme, responds to these calls. It provides a
fascinating insight into what we know about seamounts,
deep-sea corals and fisheries, and uses the latest facts
and figures to predict the existence and vulnerability of
seamount communities in areas for which we have no or
only insufficient information.

Download: rsrs183.pdf