Lessons Leant & Best Practices in the Management of Large Marine Ecosystems (LME) in Africa
|dc.description.abstract||Large Marine Ecosystems possess wealth of globally significant marine biodiversity and habitats that provide the coastal countries of Africa with some of the world’s most fertile fishing grounds, many of which are transboundary in nature (with either the fish stocks or the fishing fleets migrating regularly across national boundaries, or both).||en|
|dc.subject||Marine Ecosystems Sustainability||en|
|dc.title||Lessons Leant & Best Practices in the Management of Large Marine Ecosystems (LME) in Africa||en|
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Fisheries, Aquaculture, Blue Economy and Aquatic Biodiversity 
AU-IBAR is contributing to the development of the largest sectors of the current African aquatic and ocean based economy – namely: fisheries, aquaculture, tourism, transport, ports, coastal mining, energy and the blue economy.