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  • Recovery plans - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    the Wider Caribbean Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines MaMa CoCo Sea Report of the 2nd Mamacocosea meeting and bibliography A review of seismic mitigation measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Recovery-plans,84 (2016-05-01)
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  • A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Region - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    project Fisheries management Species protection Annexes of the SPAW Protocol Development of a Regional Red List for the Caribbean Exemptions Guidelines for Nomination of Species to the SPAW Annexes Recovery plans Marine mammals and turtles A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines MaMa CoCo Sea Report of the 2nd Mamacocosea meeting and bibliography A review of seismic mitigation measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16 May 2015 N 17 October 2015 N 2 January 2011 N 3 June 2011 N 4 September 2011 N 5 January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?A-stranding-guide-to-the-marine (2016-05-01)
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  • Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean region - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines MaMa CoCo Sea Report of the 2nd Mamacocosea meeting and bibliography A review of seismic mitigation measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Action-plan-for-the-conservation,561 (2016-05-01)
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  • Joint IWC and SPAW/UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Mammals and Ships With a Focus on the Wider Caribbean - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    a Regional Red List for the Caribbean Exemptions Guidelines for Nomination of Species to the SPAW Annexes Recovery plans Marine mammals and turtles A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines MaMa CoCo Sea Report of the 2nd Mamacocosea meeting and bibliography A review of seismic mitigation measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16 May 2015 N 17 October 2015 N 2 January 2011 N 3 June 2011 N 4 September 2011 N 5 January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of Bonaire Frequently Asked Questions The SPAW Protocol The SPAW RAC BEST Initiative

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Joint-IWC-and-SPAW-UNEP-Workshop,569 (2016-05-01)
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  • Marine mammals and turtles - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    turtles A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines MaMa CoCo Sea Report of the 2nd Mamacocosea meeting and bibliography A review of seismic mitigation measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16 May 2015 N 17 October 2015 N 2 January 2011 N 3 June 2011 N 4 September 2011 N 5 January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of Bonaire Frequently Asked Questions The SPAW Protocol The SPAW RAC BEST Initiative The context The project The objective The calendar The Caribbean BEST Team Presentation of BEST initiative project The BEST 2 0 Grant

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Other-documents,82 (2016-05-01)
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  • MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    measures used along the coast of Northern Working documents Presentations Marine mammals Lifeweb project Marine Mammals Regional Bibliographic Database Interactive mapping Maps and reports access Scenarios for marine mammal transboundary management in the insular Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Working Documents Invasive alien species Presentation Mitigating the Threats of Invasive Alien Species Publications Invasive alien species Lionfish Lionfish Management Workshop at the 68th GCFI conference Coordinated strategy to prevent and control invasive species Pterois Current lionfish activities by SPAW RAC and its partners International partners launch plan to tackle invasive lionfish Invasive Lionfish A Guide to Control and Management The lionfish in its native range brief description of its biology and The problem of Lionfish in the Caribbean Vulnerability of the Caribbean region to lionfish invasion Ongoing projects Globallast Project Invasive Alien Species management strategies workshop Learning and MTIASIC Project Funding Potential sources of funding Sources of funding introduction Summary table of avaible funds Cross sectoral funds GEF and french GEF Fundings for the french stakeholders European Development Fund Targeted funding MacArthur Foundation Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Marine Mammal Commission UNEP CAP CaMPAM GCFI small grants funds Caribbean Coastal Communities Small Grants Program Calls for proposals Assessment of coral reef projects Call for research projects on invasive species for 2012 2013 CaMPAM s Marine protected areas small grants Publications and useful links Funding Launch of Coastal Capital Ecosystem Valuation for Decision Making in the Useful publications Introduction Newsletter N 18 March 2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16 May 2015 N 17 October 2015 N 2 January 2011 N 3 June 2011 N 4 September 2011 N 5 January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of Bonaire Frequently Asked Questions The SPAW Protocol The SPAW RAC BEST Initiative The context The project The objective The calendar The Caribbean BEST Team Presentation of BEST initiative project The BEST 2 0 Grant Programme Sargassum A regional issue for the Caribbean UNEP CEP SPAW RAC regional cooperation Search Newsletter subscription Your e mail address Home Species protection Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 All the versions of this article Also in this section A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Region Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?MEGARA-NorthWest-Indies-2014,518 (2016-05-01)
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  • Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of Bonaire Frequently Asked Questions The SPAW Protocol The SPAW RAC BEST Initiative The context The project The objective The calendar The Caribbean BEST Team Presentation of BEST initiative project The BEST 2 0 Grant Programme Sargassum A regional issue for the Caribbean UNEP CEP SPAW RAC regional cooperation Search Newsletter subscription Your e mail address Home Species protection Marine mammals and turtles Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica All the versions of this article Also in this section A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Region Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean region Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Mammals and Ships With a Focus on the Wider Caribbean Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines Thanks to the efforts of WIDECAST the Wider Caribbean Sea Turtles Network and those of all partners in Jamaica the Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan STRAP for Jamaica a new plan in the series of UNEP CEP WIDECAST recovery action plan for sea turtles in the Wider Caribbean is now completed and will be available on line soon www widecast org Resources STRAPs html and to http www cep unep org publications and resources technical reports technical reports Below is the abstract of the STRAP thathas been prepared by WIDECAST in english ABSTRACT Once abundant in Jamaican waters sea turtles have declined catastrophically Four species the green turtle hawksbill leatherback and loggerhead once occurred regularly in Jamaica and sightings of the Kemp s ridley are persistent but unconfirmed A century ago the green turtle was the most abundant species today hawksbills are more frequently encountered The other species are very rare Declines are attributed to over exploitation of females and eggs on nesting beaches combined with destruction and disturbance of nesting and foraging seagrass coral habitat Population declines are evident in landing data showing for example decreasing catches between 1963 and 1982 despite an increase in fishing effort and decreasing numbers of nests laid since records were first collated for WATS I in 1983 Survey results indicate that nesting by three of an original four species has all but vanished from the country and that of the remaining hawksbill nesting effort few beaches boast more than 10 nests

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Sea-Turtle-Recovery-Action-Plan,266 (2016-05-01)
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  • Whale Whatching Guidelines - CAR-SPAW-RAC
    2016 N 13 July 2014 N 15 February 2015 N 7 September 2012 N 1 October 2010 N 10 September 2013 N 11 January 2014 N 12 April 2014 N 14 October 2014 N 16 May 2015 N 17 October 2015 N 2 January 2011 N 3 June 2011 N 4 September 2011 N 5 January 2012 N 6 May 2012 N 8 February 2013 N 9 May 2013 SPAW Protocol and the SPAW RAC The SPAW RAC Tourism and MPA Sustainable tourism and MPA Workshop 12 14 june 2013 Partners and stakeholders Partners in the Wider Caribbean Region French partners and stakeholders Marine and coastal protected areas Partners in the French West Indies and French Guyana Portfolio COP 8 09 December 2014 Haiti Project missions 2011 2012 Manatee Bycatch Pilot Project Climate Change Documentation on climate change Workshop on MPA resilience to climate change St Martin 28 29 Nov Biodiversity valuation Biodiversity valuation The case of Bonaire Frequently Asked Questions The SPAW Protocol The SPAW RAC BEST Initiative The context The project The objective The calendar The Caribbean BEST Team Presentation of BEST initiative project The BEST 2 0 Grant Programme Sargassum A regional issue for the Caribbean UNEP CEP SPAW RAC regional cooperation Search Newsletter subscription Your e mail address Home Species protection Marine mammals and turtles Whale Whatching Guidelines Whale Whatching Guidelines Also in this section A stranding guide to the marine mammals of the Wider Caribbean Region Action plan for the conservation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean region Joint IWC and SPAW UNEP Workshop to Address Collisions between Marine Mammals and Ships With a Focus on the Wider Caribbean Marine mammals and turtles MEGARA NorthWest Indies 2014 Sea Turtle Recovery Action Plan for Jamaica Whale Whatching Guidelines Keywords Cetaceans Protected species Marine mammals The Wider Caribbean Region WCR region is important for a great number of cetaceans whales and dolphins whether as a permanent habitat a breeding ground or a migration corridor Currently at least thirty species of whales and dolphins have been identified in this area The presence and diversity of cetaceans in the WCR region has led to the development of marine mammal watching both on a commercial and recreational basis Marine mammal watching in this context is defined as viewing activities in the natural environment of any cetacean species from land sea or air In order to ensure the conservation of whales and dolphins in the WCR region a regional workshop has been organised in 2011 An initial step towards that goal is the development of best practice guidelines for the WCR to ensure the sustainable development of the marine mammal watching industry These codes would apply to all types of marine mammal watching including dedicated seasonal and opportunistic commercial operators and recreational vessels While these guidelines are recommandations in WCR different regulations can apply at a national level At all time Do not touch a cetacean Do not feed a cetacean Do not make any loud or sudden noises Do

    Original URL path: http://www.car-spaw-rac.org/?Whale-Whatching-Guidelines,652 (2016-05-01)
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