Functions and socio-economic importance of coral reefs and lagoons and implications for sustainable management: Case study of Moorea, French Polynesia

Functions and socio-economic importance of coral reefs and lagoons and implications for sustainable management: Case study of Moorea, French Polynesia

Primary Country: French Polynesia
Ecosystem: coral reef
Sample Value Estimates:
Values shown were provided by partner databases. ESVD values are from a derived data set. This value point is for:
  1. 1140 /ha/yr: Flood prevention
  2. 90 /ha/yr: C-sequestration
  3. 240 /ha/yr: Recreation
  4. 266 /ha/yr: Other Raw
  5. 5000 /ha/yr: Attractive landscapes
  6. 117/ha/yr: Science / Research
  7. 10320 /ha/yr: Tourism
  8. 50/ha/yr: Fish
  9. 84/ha/yr: Fish
  10. 17101/ha/yr: TEV
Region: Pacific
Data source: ESVD

Publication information

Charles, M. “Functions and socio-economic importance of coral reefs and lagoons and implications for sustainable management: Case study of Moorea, French Polynesia” Wageningen University, 2005

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