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Reflections from the STRONG High Seas Project: Capacity Development in the Southeast Atlantic Region for Conservation of Marine Biodiversity in ABNJ

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Hampton,  Shannon
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Packeiser,  Tim
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Boteler,  Ben
IASS Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam;

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Durussel,  Carole
IASS Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam;

Jackson,  Lynn
External Organizations;

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Hampton, S., Packeiser, T., Boteler, B., Durussel, C., Jackson, L. (2022): Reflections from the STRONG High Seas Project: Capacity Development in the Southeast Atlantic Region for Conservation of Marine Biodiversity in ABNJ.
https://doi.org/10.48481/iass.2022.016


Cite as: https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/pubman/item/item_6001840
Abstract
This report was prepared as part of the STRONG High Seas project, based on a series of stakeholder surveys and experience gathered through various workshops held in the Southeast Atlantic region, as well as on literature surveys and expert opinion. The report was reviewed by multiple experts to validate findings and ensure robust content. This report is part of a series of reports covering issues of ocean governance with a focus on the ABNJ of the Southeast Pacific and the Southeast Atlantic regions and builds on previous reports published by the STRONG High Seas project. Further project reports cover the legal and institutional framework applicable to ABNJ, the ecological state and the socioeconomic importance of ABNJ in the project regions, options for management and conservation measures for conservation of marine biodiversity in ABNJ, and considerations for integrated ocean management. These reports are available through the STRONG High Seas project website.