Report of the Study Group on Designing Marine Protected Area Networks in a Changing Climate (SGMPAN)
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A document, Scientific Guidelines for Designing Resilient Marine Protected Area Networks in a Changing Climate (Brock et al., 2012; http://www.cec.org/Storage/136/16488_MPA-Scientific_guidelines_en_web.pdf ), was developed from a larger report by the Study Group on Designing Marine Protected Area Networks in a Changing Climate (SGMPAN), a joint study group of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) through its North American Marine Protected Area Network (NAMPAN) Technical Group and ICES. SGMPAN developed their eponymous report at a work-shop held in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 15–19 November 2010. The area of interest for the study group and report extended from the Western Tropical Atlantic, includ-ing the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, northward to (and including) the Lab-rador Sea.
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