CIESM Workshop Monographs, n°41

 

Marine Peace Parks in the Mediterranean – a CIESM proposal

To be cited as: CIESM 2011. Marine Peace Parks in the Mediterranean A CIESM proposal. N 41 in CIESM Workshop Monographs [F. Briand, ed.], 128 p., Monaco.

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Contents:

I – Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………

1. Introduction
2. The concept of Peace Park
3. An innovative, ecosystem-based solution
      3.1 Coast-to coast – the importance of marine connections for maintaining biodiversity
      3.2 Geo-and hydrodynamic diversity –unique features essential to ecosystem functioning and resilience
            3.2.1 Geodiversity
            3.2.2 Hydrodynamic diversity
      3.3 Trans-frontier
            3.3.1 Beyond national jurisdiction – legal and policy implications for transboundary marine peace parks in the Mediterranean
            3.3.2 The Pelagos Sanctuary – lessons to learn
4. Potential links with existing and planned national protection schemes
5. Marine peace parks in the Mediterranean – the challenges and the opportunities
      5.1 Coordinated scientific research – making the case for 2020 conservation target
      5.2 Goals for concerned countries
6. Preview of Marine Peace Parks proposed by CIESM
      6.1 The Near Atlantic Peace Park
      6.2 The Pelagian Sea Peace Park
      6.3 Herodotus Peace Park
      6.4 Eratosthenes Peace Park
      6.5 The north Levant Peace Park
      6.6 The south Aegean Sea Peace Park
      6.7 The south Adriatic Sea Peace Park
      6.8 The north Ionian Sea Peace Park
      
II – Workshop Communications

- The Marine Peace Park paradigm: coast to coast international marine parks in the Mediterranean.
Peter Mackelworth ……………………

- International Marine Parks in the Mediterranean: a geological background.
Jean Mascle……………………

- Oceanographic characteristics of potential coast-to-coast international parks.
Miroslav Gačić…………………………………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM Near Atlantic Marine Peace Park.
Ricardo Aguilar, Mustapha Aksissou, José Templado and Marie Romani ……………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM Pelagian Sea Marine Peace Park.
Adriana Vella, Salvatore Mazzola, Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara, Chedly Rais and Maurizio Würtz ………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM Herodotus and Erathosthenes Marine Peace Park.
Jean Mascle, Myroula Hadjichristoforou and Howaida Zakaria ………………………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM North Levant Marine Peace Park.
Ali Cemal Gücü and Bayram Öztürk …………………………………………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM South Aegean Sea Marine Peace Park.
Sylvaine Giakoumi, Miroslav Gačić, Jean Mascle, Anastasia Miliou, Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara and Vangelis Papathanassiou …………………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM South Adriatic Sea Marine Peace Park.
Sajmir Beqiraj, Simonetta Fraschetti, Miroslav Gačić, Aleksandar Joksimovic, Peter Mackelworth, Jean Mascle, Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara and Roberto Odorico …………………………………

- Scientific rationale for the proposed CIESM North Ionian Sea Marine Peace Park.
Simonetta Fraschetti, Sajmir Beqiraj, Miroslav Gačić, Jean Mascle and Roberto Odorico ……………………

III – Bibliographic References …………………………………………………………

IV – List of Participants …………………………………………………………………