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2015 Factsheet Bentang Laut Kepala Burung 440.1 KiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Dwi Aryo
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Description: Bentang Laut Kepala Burung (BLKB) terletak di pusat keanekaragaman hayati laut tertinggi di dunia yang terbentang dari sebelah timur Teluk Cendrawasih, Kepulauan Raja Ampat di sebelah barat, hingga pesisir Fakfak-Kaimana di sebelah selatan.
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2015 Factsheet Jejaring Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Raja Ampat 490.2 KiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Dwi Aryo
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Description: Jejaring Kawasan Konservasi Perairan (KKP) Raja Ampat terletak di bagian ujung barat laut Provinsi Papua Barat, tepat di jantung Segitiga Terumbu Karang—pusat keanekaragaman hayati laut dunia. Raja Ampat tidak diragukan lagi merupakan jantung dari keanekaragaman
laut tropis.
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2015 Factsheet KKLD Ayau Asia Indonesian 1.7 MiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Daerah (KKPD) Ayau Asia terletak dibagian paling utara Kabupaten Raja Ampat dengan luas wilayah 101.440 Ha.
KKPD Ayau Asia terbentuk dari gugusan terumbu karang Tepi dan Atol yang mengelilingi pulau-pulaunya.
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2015 Factsheet KKLD Kofiau Boo 410.5 KiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Dwi Aryo
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Description: Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Daerah (KKPD) Kepulauan Kofiau-Boo di sebelah selatan Raja Ampat memiliki luas sebesar 170.000 hektar yang mencakup pulau-pulau, pesisir dan laut, serta dihuni oleh beragam habitat biota laut dan terumbu karang.
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2015 Factsheet KKLD Misool Timur Selatan 3.6 MiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Dwi Aryo
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Description: Misool Timur Selatan merupakan Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Daerah (KKPD) yang terbesar dan terletak paling selatan dari Jejaring KKPD Raja Ampat dan berada di dalam kawasan Segitiga Terumbu Karang –pusat keanekaragaman hayati laut dunia.
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2015 Factsheet KKLD Selat Dampier 3.3 MiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Daerah (KKPD) Selat Dampier secara geografis terdiri dari 3 bagian yaitu pesisir Pulau Gam dan Mansuar, pesisir Pulau Batanta serta pesisir pulau Salawati. KKPD Selat Dampier merupakan tempat hidup berbagai ikan-ikan besar seperti hiu, cakalang, tuna, kakap, kerapu, bobara dan barakuda.
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2015 Factsheet KKLD Teluk Mayalibit 1.9 MiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Daerah (KKPD) Teluk Mayalibit memiliki luas 53.100 Ha dan hampir membelah pulau Waigeo menjadi dua bagian. Teluk Mayalibit memiliki habitat mangrove dan lamun yang sangat baik.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2006 342.4 KiB | February 28, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: The Bird’s Head Seascape sits at the epicenter of the so-called “Coral Triangle” region. It is located in northwest Papua, Indonesia, stretching from Teluk Cenderawasih in its
eastern reaches to the Raja Ampat archipelago in the west and the FakFak-Kaimana coastline to the south. Covering a combined area of over 180,000 km² and more than
2500 islands and submerged reefs, the Seascape is home to over 1,200 species of coral reef fishes and nearly 600 species of scleractinian hard coral (approximately 75 percent of the world’s total)—the highest coral reef biodiversity recorded for an area of this size anywhere in the world.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2008 802.9 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: A New Future for Marine Conservation: Papuan Bird’s Head Seascape. The Bird’s Head Seascape sits at the epicenter of the ‘Coral Triangle’ region. It is located in northwest Papua, Indonesia, stretching from Teluk Cenderawasih in its eastern reaches to the Raja Ampat archipelago in the west and the FakFak- Kaimana coastline to the south.
Two recent biological surveys highlighted not only the amazing diversity of marine habitats and species in the Seascape, but also how little we know about these underwater life forms. The surveys uncovered as many as 56 new species of fish, coral and mantis shrimp in less than 6 weeks! Perhaps even more stunning for a Seascape of
this relatively small size, up to 50 of the new species appear to be endemic to the Bird’s Head Seascape—found no where else in the world.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2009 1.8 MiB | February 28, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: The Birds Head Seascape sits at the epicenter of the „Coral Triangle‟ region. It is located in northwest Papua, Indonesia, stretching from Teluk Cenderawasih in its eastern reaches to the Raja Ampat archipelago in the west and the FakFak-Kaimana coastline to the south. Two recent biological surveys highlighted not only the amazing diversity of marine habitats and species in the Seascape, but also how little we know about these underwater life forms.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2010 1.6 MiB | February 28, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: Since 2004, Conservation International (CI) has led the Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS) marine conservation initiative, which is located off of northwestern Papua, Indonesia in the
heart of the Coral Triangle. This initiative has focused on preserving 183,000 km2 of the world’s most biodiverse coral reefs and associated habitats by directly linking conservation strategies to the well-being of the seascape’s inhabitants. The centerpiece of the initiative is a network of 10 multiple-use marine protected areas (MPAs)
that together comprise over 3.5 million hectares and have been designed to provide long-term food security and other livelihood benefits for the Papuan communities that own the nearly 2,500 islands and reefs in the BHS.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2011 2.9 MiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: The Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS) sits in the global epicentre of marine biodiversity—in the Coral Triangle, in northwest Papua Barat, Indonesia. With over 1,600 recorded species of coral reef fishes and more than 600 species of hard coral, the BHS has the highest coral reef diversity recorded for an area of its size anywhere in the world.A guiding principle of the BHS initiative has always been that biodiversity conservation and human well-being must go hand-unhand in order to succeed. At the center of this ambitious initiative
is the establishment and implementation of a multiple-use network of marine protected areas (MPAs) that is supported by and embedded in local and national legislation and co-managed by local communities and local government agencies.
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BHS Fact Sheet 2012 438.1 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): TNC; CI; WWF-Indonesia
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Description: The Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS) located in northwest Papua in Indonesia, stretches from Cenderawasih Bay in its eastern reaches to the Raja Ampat archipelago in the
west and the Fakfak-Kaimana coastline in the south, sitting firmly in the global epicenter of marine biodiversity. These reefs and mangrove forests are the life support
system for the people of the BHS. They provide food, jobs, and protection from storms and rising seas for more than 761,000 people. Sadly, these vital resources
are under threat. Thanks to strong partnerships, engaged local governments and communities, more than 3.5 million hectares spanning 12 Marine Protected Areas (MPA)
across the BHS is now protected. But to secure the health of these vital resources for the people of the BHS, there is still much more to do.
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Cirrhilabrus Marinda Factsheet in Bahasa 4.6 MiB | September 21, 2015
Author(s): Conservation International
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Codes of Conduct for Divers and Dive Operators in the Bird's Head Seascape 358.0 KiB | March 2, 2014
Author(s): Bird's Head Seascape
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Description: Codes of Conduct for Divers and Dive Operators in the Bird's Head Seascape
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Ecosystem-based Management of the Bird's Head Seascape 2.7 MiB | May 30, 2014
Author(s): BHS EBM Program
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Description: The future prosperity of the people living in the Bird’s Head Seascape (and their grandchildren) urgently depends upon responsible, well-informed policies that allow for sustainable development while preventing the environmental destruction that has occurred in many other areas of Indonesia.
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Kalabia Conservation Education Fact Sheet 2010 325.0 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: In 2004, Conservation International (CI) began a major marine conservation initiative, working with partners to safeguard Raja Ampat’s globally significant biodiversity and ensure that local communities derive sustainable livelihoods from their rich marine resources. One of the major problems is that young fishers are generally more skeptical of the need for marine conservation efforts and are most likely to engage in high-yield, yet destructive, fishing practices such as bomb and cyanide fishing. To tackle this problem, CI and our partner The Nature Conservancy (TNC) launched a comprehensive marine conservation education program for school children and young adults in the 103 villages of Raja Ampat. Given the remoteness of these villages, we employed an innovative platform for delivery of this education program—a 34-meter converted tuna long-liner vessel, the MV Kalabia – that visits each of the villages in turn for three days and serves as a -floating education center.
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Kofiau MPA Fact Sheet 2012 484.8 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): The Nature Conservancy
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Description: Kofiau and Boo Islands Marine Protected Area (MPA) in southern Raja Ampat, encompasses 170,000 hectares of islands, coastal and marine waters, and harbors a wide
diversity of marine habitats and reefs types. The MPA rests within the Coral Triangle – the global center of marine biodiversity – and is an important area for cetaceans – including pilot whales and orcas – who visit the area each year.
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Marine Conservation Agreements Fact Sheet 2012 217.3 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): The Nature Conservancy
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Description: Local resource owners, managers and users are using Marine Conservation Agreements (MCAs) to sustainably manage their marine resources and to ensure these resources
benefit the lives of coastal and island peoples. While government mandated protected areas do offer some protection, they alone cannot ensure that many of Indonesia’s remote regions are protected. MCAs empower local people to conserve local systems, help to improve marine protection, and deliver tangible benefits like food and income to the people who depend on them for their survival.
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MPA Capacity Building Fact Sheet 2012 1.8 MiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): Local resource owners, managers
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Description: The Papuan Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS), in eastern Indonesia, contains a network of 12 ecologically connected Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), covering a total area of over 3.6 million ha. Remarkably, the majority of these MPAs were declared and are being co-managed through partnerships between local communities and local and national government
agencies. This local management is a hallmark of the BHS initiative and is only possible with empowered communities, engaged policymakers, and well-trained Papuan MPA managers.
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Raja Ampat MPA Network Fact Sheet 2012 503.6 KiB | February 25, 2014
Author(s): Conservation International
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Description: The Raja Ampat Islands are located off the northwesterntip of West Papua Province, Indonesia, in the heart ofthe Coral Triangle – the global center of marine
biodiversity. Raja Ampat is the undisputed heart oftropical marine diversity.
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SE Misool Fact Sheet 2012 423.6 KiB | March 12, 2014
Author(s): The Nature Conservancy
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Description: Southeast Misool is the largest and southern most marine protected area (MPA) in the Raja Ampat MPA network and rests within the Coral Triangle – the global center of marine biodiversity. The MPA encompasses 366,000 hectares, spanning a long chain of ancient karst limestone islands with a mosaic of channels and intact marine lakes.
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Seascapes Newsletter 2007 Issue 1 870.1 KiB | May 30, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: Several short articles relating to the BHS including sea turtles, genetic connectivity, and eco-system based management.
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Seascapes Newsletter 2007 Issue 2 796.7 KiB | June 1, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: Information about the Raja Ampat walking shark and the declaration of Raja Ampat MPA network
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Seascapes Newsletter 2007 Issue 3 821.2 KiB | June 1, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: Information about Raja Ampat's MPA, network, turtle sanctuary, and a short analysis of data from temperature loggers across the BHS.
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Seascapes Newsletter 2008 Issue 4 784.2 KiB | June 1, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: Information about the Blue Action, MPAs in Kaimana Regency, the latest species count at the time, and the Wayag, Uranie MPA, which features an important green and hawksbill turtle rookery
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Seascapes Newsletter 2008 Issue 5 1.0 MiB | June 1, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: Information about the Kalabia launch, new species discoveries, and a profile of the Ayau Asia MPA in Raja Ampat
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Seascapes Publication FINAL 705.0 KiB | June 1, 2014
Author(s): CI Seascapes Program
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Description: The Seascapes Program is an initiative to support the establishment of large, multiple-use marine management regimes to ensure the future of healthy ecosystems and the diversity and abundance of marine life.This program builds on a growing trend favoring large, multiple-use marine management regimes. By assisting governments in enhancing stewardship of important ocean places, CI and other stakeholders help ensure continued ecosystem value to people and the future of marine life.
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Summary Of Procedure For Liveaboards Visiting Cendrawasih Whale Sharks 48.8 KiB | May 30, 2014
Author(s): Dr. Mark Erdmann and Maurine Shimlock
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Description: Summary of Procedures for Vessels Visiting Cenderawasih Bay National Park: How to View Whale Sharks and Dive Additional Sites IMPORTANT: THE SITUATION IN CENDERAWASIH BAY IS IN CONSTANT FLUX. WHILE EVERY ATTEMPT HAS BEEN MADE TO KEEP THESE PROCEDURES UP TO DATE, PLEASE CHECK IN WITH PARK OFFICIALS TO DETERMINE THE MOST CURRENT PROCEDURES. RELY ON YOUR RANGER AND BE PATIENT WHEN ASKING PERMISSION TO DIVE NEAR VILLAGES
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