Reefs at Risk Revisited: threat from overfishing, 2011
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|Last Updated||February 25, 2021, 17:46 (UTC)|
|Created||November 2, 2020, 13:56 (UTC)|
|Topic Category||Environment; environmental resources, protection and conservation|
|Temporal Extent Start||1998|
|Temporal Extent End||2011|
|Dataset Reference Date||2011|
|Lineage||Reefs at Risk Revisited brings together data on the world's coral reefs in a global analysis designed to quantify threats and to map where reefs are at greatest risk of degradation or loss. More than 50 data sources were incorporated into the analysis, including data on bathymetry, land cover, population distribution and growth rate, observations of coral bleaching, and location of human infrastructure. Local threats addressed in the analysis were: coastal development; watershed-based pollution; marine-based pollution and damage; and overfishing and destructive fishing.The four local threats to coral reefs were modelled separately, and later combined in the Reefs at Risk integrated local threat index. The modelling approach is an extension and refinement of that used in previous Reefs at Risk analyses, and benefited from the input from more than 40 coral reef scientists and other experts. For each local threat, sources of stress that could be mapped were identified and combined into a proxy indicator that reflected the degree of threat. These "stressors" include human population density and infrastructure features such as location and size of cities, ports, and hotels, as well as more complex modelled estimates such as sediment inputs from rivers. For each stressor, distance-based rules were developed, such that threat declines as distance from the stressor increases. Thresholds for low, medium, and high threats were developed using available information on observed impacts to coral reefs.|
|Spatial Reference System||WGS84|
|Responsible Organisation Name||Hidden (personal data protection)|
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|Responsible Party Role||Hidden (personal data protection)|
|Access Limitations||Open access|
|Resource Reference||Burke L, Reytar K, Spalding M and Perry A (2011). Reefs At Risk Revisited. Washington (USA): World Resources Institute. 130 pp. URL: http://www.wri.org/publication/reefs-risk-revisited.|
|Update Frequency||not planned|
|Metadata Point of Contact||Hidden (personal data protection)|
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