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The Wildlife Conservation Society Fiji program works with communities and the Fiji Government to protect biodiversity and natural resources through sound management practices. With our conservation partners, we have pioneered the use of an ecosystem-based management approach in Fiji through development of ridge-to-reef  protected area networks designed to maintain ecological connectivity and improve resilience to climate change. Through our research we are learning how marine and freshwater systems in Fiji respond to disturbance and environmental change in order to provide science-based recommendations to local managers.

 

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Question & Answers with a Fijian Scientist
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer An interview with the WCS Marine Scientist, Yashika Nand Interview by Dwain Qalovaki Q. What got you interested in coral disease? Nand: In 2012, I conducted a “Training of...
4/23/2014 2:46:47 AM

Reviewing the Management Plan in Fiji’s largest District
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer It is almost a year since the Tui Wailevu (district high chief) stood with other chiefs, community members and government officers on the beach beside Wailevu Village to launch...
4/23/2014 2:02:43 AM

Reflections on Kadavu, a decade later …
In 2001, back when I was a small ‘panda’, my friend and colleague Etika Rupeni and I led an expedition to the Great Astrolabe Reef in Kadavu Province for WWF South Pacific. The Great Astrolabe...
4/10/2014 3:43:36 AM

The Fiji Shark Expedition 2014: What do sharks do, and where do they go?
Sharks are perhaps one of the most misunderstood animals in our ocean, eliciting a range of human emotions from excitement, to awe, to unwarranted fear. Sharks, the largest predators living on coral reefs and in...
4/1/2014 1:06:50 AM

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