Darwin Publications

The Darwin Marine Parks 25th Anniversary Review has produced a great deal of information, much of it contained in various reports and thesis.

Maintaining Reef Resilience: The Characteristics and Spatial Distribution of Fishing Pressure from the Recreational and Artisanal Fisheries of the Cayman Islands. Beth Henshall, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Wales. 2009

The Effect of Long Established Marine Protected Areas on the Resilience of Caymanian Coral Reefs. Sarah Gall, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Wales. 2009

An Assessment of Caymanian Coral Reefs, Are the Long Established Marine No-Take Zones Enough? Adam Barton, MRes Environmental Biology – University of St Andrews. 2010

Creating Environmental Risk Surfaces and Integrating Field Data with Conservation Targets for Goal Setting Purposes in Marxan – The Nature Conservancy Trip Report, 2011

Estimating Marine Reserve Effects through Quantification of Macro-Algal Biomass on a North-West Caribbean Coral Reef. CroyMcCoy, Laura Richardson, John Russell Turner. Association of Marine Labs of the Caribbean 2011

Quantifying the Impacts of Recreational and Artisanal Fisheries in the Cayman Islands through the use of Socioeconomic Questionnaires. Croy McCoy, Rhiannon Meier, John Russell Turner. Association of Marine Labs of the Caribbean 2011

Due to technology limitations, the above report had to be broken in to five parts for posting.

Recovery of Caymanian Reefs after a coral bleaching event; can Marine Parks help? Jessica Campbell, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, Bangor University. 2010 – PART 1

Recovery of Caymanian Reefs after a coral bleaching event; can Marine Parks help? Jessica Campbell, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, Bangor University. 2010 – PART 2

Recovery of Caymanian Reefs after a coral bleaching event; can Marine Parks help? Jessica Campbell, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, Bangor University. 2010 – PART 3

Recovery of Caymanian Reefs after a coral bleaching event; can Marine Parks help? Jessica Campbell, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, Bangor University. 2010 – PART 4

Recovery of Caymanian Reefs after a coral bleaching event; can Marine Parks help? Jessica Campbell, MSc Thesis – Marine Environmental Protection, Bangor University. 2010 – PART 5

Due to technology limitations, the above report had to be broken in to five parts for posting.

Darwin Initiative to Enhance an Established Marine Protected Area System in the Cayman Islands:
Post-Project Annual Report 2014