The purpose of this project was to describe and evaluate the performance (social equity, and ecological sustainability) of a number of extant customary marine tenure regimes in Fiji and Vanuatu, and to identify the ways in which co-operation with government (comanagement) could enhance the current system. Volume 2a describes the results of field work and summarises social, institutional and ecological outcomes for Vanuatu.
In: Anderson, J.A. and Mees, C.C. (1999) The performance of customary marine tenure in the management of community fishery resources in Melanesia. Final Technical Report to the UK Department for International Development, Marine Resources Assessment Group Ltd, London, UK, 74 pp.