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Description

In this second part, discover the biodiversity of the oceans, from the coral reefs to the coastal lagoons. This biodiversity, of which the knowledge is still partial, is the subject of great attentions, by virtue of its importance in the main balances of the biosphere, but also by virtue of the favors it does for the human societies, beginning with the supplying of food resources. The ecosystem approach to fisheries is currently developed in this context, in order to reconcile those different preservation issues.

État

  • Labellisé

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Non français

Licence Creative Commons

  • Pas d'utilisation commerciale
  • Pas de modification
  • Paternité

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel
Observation of oceanic marine ecosystems
Observation of oceanic marine ecosystems
Marine connectivity and impact on marine biodiversity
Marine connectivity and impact on marine biodiversity
Environment complexity and productivity of the coral reefs
Environment complexity and productivity of the coral reefs
Coastal lagoons and coastal productivity of oceans
Coastal lagoons and coastal productivity of oceans
Overfishing, impacts on biodiversity, ecosystems
Overfishing, impacts on biodiversity, ecosystems
Incidental catches and biodiversity
Incidental catches and biodiversity
Feeding people and birds
Feeding people and birds
The ecosystemic approach to fisherie
The ecosystemic approach to fisherie
Management of an emblematic species: the bluefin tuna
Management of an emblematic species: the bluefin tuna
International law of sea and marine resources
International law of sea and marine resources
The economics of marine resources and biodiversity
The economics of marine resources and biodiversity

Contributeurs

Gilles BOEUF

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne