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Sustainable Development of the World's Large Marine Ecosystems During Climate Change

A commemorative volume to advance sustainable development on the occasion of the presentation of the 2010 Göteborg Award

Chapter 1
Our Common Future in Sustainable Development and Climate Change – by Gro Harlem Brundtland

Chapter 2
What Goes Up Must Come Down – by Al Gore

Chapter 3
The Interconnected Biosphere: Science at the Ocean's Tipping Points – by Jane Lubchenco and Laura E. Petes

Chapter 4
GEF Support for the Global Movement toward the Improved Assessment and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems – by Alfred M. Duda

Chapter 5
Accelerated Warming and Emergent Trends in Fisheries Biomass Yields of the World's Large Marine Ecosystems – by Kenneth Sherman, Igor Belkin, K.D. Friedland, John O'Reilly and Kimberly Hyde

Chapter 6
Database-driven models of the World's Large Marine Ecosystems – by Villy Christensen, Carl J. Walters, Robert Ahrens, Jacqueline Alder, Joe Buszowski, Line Bang Christensen, William W.L. Cheung, John Dunne, Rainer Froese, Vasiliki Karpouzi, Kristin Kaschner, Kelly Kearney, Sherman Lai, Vicki Lam, Maria L.D. Palomares, Aja Peters-Mason, Chiara Piroddi, Jorge L. Sarmiento, Jeroen Steenbeek, Rashid Sumaila, Reg Watson, Dirk Zeller, and Daniel Pauly

Chapter 7
Land-based Nutrient Loading to LMEs: A Global Watershed Perspective on Magnitudes and Sources – by Sybil Seitzinger and Rosalynn Lee

Chapter 8
The Recovery and Sustainability of the Baltic Sea Large Marine Ecosystem – by Jan Thulin

Chapter 9
Ocean Governance in the Benguela Large Marine Ecosystem—Establishing the Benguela Current Commission – by Michael O'Toole

Chapter 10
Reducing Environmental Stress in the Yellow Sea Large Marine Ecosystem: A Strategic Action Programme

Chapter 11
Managing Large Marine Ecosystems for Climate Change Mitigation – by Jerker Tamelander, Dorothée Herr and Dan Laffoley

Chapter 12
Marine Spatial Planning as a Framework for Sustainably Managing Large Marine Ecosystems – by Barry Gold

Commemorative Commentary: Sustaining Shark Populations