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Promise and problems for estimating management costs of marine protected areas
Management costs are rarely taken into account in marine protected area (MPA) design. We estimate the management costs of two different protection scenarios within a large proposed MPA, the Coral Sea in Australia. We use three methods to estimate costs: an existing model of global MPA management costs; a new statistical model based on Australian MPA management costs; and expert estimates that extrapolate from the adjacent Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Both the new statistical model and expertdoi:10.1111/j.1755-263x.2011.00171.x fatcat:swpzq7vxlrcgbas2uddaczl22q