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About This Project

Coral reef ecosystems are in need of conservation solutions. Indigenous adaptive management, supported by western science, can build capacity for resource management. We aim to demonstrate how indigenous storytelling can communicate best practices for coral reef management on Ulithi Atoll, Yap State, FSM. Feelings about and understanding of marine stewardship practices will be assessed before and after engaging with audio, video and written materials.

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