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Sustainability, Volume 10, Issue 9 (September 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) We established a decision support tool to inform ridge-to-reef management. It allows communities to [...] Read more. We established a decision support tool to inform ridge-to-reef management. It allows communities to visualize potential impacts to coral reefs due to land-use change, fishing closures and climate change. We applied it in two Hawaiʻi communities, Hā‘ena and Ka‘ūpūlehu, located at opposite ends of the archipelago. To perpetuate traditional food systems and cultural practices, both communities revived customary resource management through government-recognized Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas. We showed that coral reef conservation must account for land-sea linkages and that place-based management can foster coral reef resilience to climate change. A critical lesson from this interdisciplinary research and development process was the need for collaboration among resource managers, community members, and scientists to develop applied research, leverage multiple knowledge systems, and identify place-based solutions. View the paper