The primary aim of the report – Ecological Baselines of the Southeast Atlantic and Southeast Pacific - Status of Marine Biodiversity and Anthropogenic Pressures in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction – is to provide decision makers with relevant and useful information on the current status of the marine environment in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ), both in the Southeast Pacific and the Southeast Atlantic, as well as highlight key pressures placed upon it by human activities. Such information is intended to support decision makers with improved understanding of the functioning and importance of ecological features of ABNJ and their contribution to global human wellbeing.
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Boteler, B., Wanless, R., Dias, M., Ajagbe, A., Hazin, C., Awad, A., Hampton, S., Jackson, L., Seeger, I., Wienrich, N., Zapata Padilla, L. A., Castellanos Galindo, G. A., Naranjo, L. G., Suárez, C. F., Prussmann, J., Valenzuela, S., Gomez Giraldo, L. S., Higgins, M. L., Packeiser, T., Yannicelli, B., Aburto, J., Contreras, C., Luna, G., Luna, N., Munizaga, M., Sellanes, J., Tapia, C., & Thiel, M. (2019). Ecological Baselines for the Southeast Atlantic and Southeast Pacific: Status of Marine Biodiversity and Anthropogenic Pressures in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction.
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- Strengthening Regional Ocean Governance for the High Seas (STRONG High Seas)