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 SPC/SPREP

The research agreement signed on 19th December 2005 by the Institute of Research for Development (IRD), the University Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III) and Nantes University, the Pharmacochemical laboratories of Natural Substances and Pharmacophores Redox (UMR 1165) and the Centre of Maritime and Ocean Law (EA 1165, CDMO) led to the international research program “Coral Reef Initiatives for the Pacific” (CRISP).

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Traditional Fishing Methods Cook Islands 2012

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Consists of water quality reports for Cook Islands

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

WATER SAFETY PLAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM DESCRIPTION COOK ISLANDS 2006

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

National Water, Sanitation and Climate Outlook

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

2020 National Vision “To enjoy the highest quality of life consistent with the aspirations of our people, and in harmony with our culture and environment”

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

The 2018 State of Environment (SOE) Report for Cook Islands updates the 1993 SOE report, and uses the Drivers, Pressures, State, Impact and Response (DPSIR) model of reporting.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the most comprehensive global database of marine and terrestrial protected areas, updated on a monthly basis, and is one of the key global biodiversity data sets being widely used by scientists, businesses, governments, International secretariats and others to inform planning, policy decisions and management.

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

pdf of the Cook Islands 4th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity 2011

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Data on reef fish, sea urchin, sea urchin density and biomass

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Marine Managed Areas Ra'ui on Rarotonga and Pa Enua

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Reports lagoon water quality includes on physio-chemical data

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Offshore Environment Tuna, Sharks and other targeted species Cook Islands

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Contains census data reporting on the status of agriculture and fisheries in Cook Islands

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Surveys and Reports on Cook Island Turtles

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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Assessment Reports on Crabs in Cook Islands

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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

The Mapping Ocean Wealth data viewer is a live online resource for sharing understanding of the value of marine and coastal ecosystems to people. It includes global maps, regionally-specific studies, reference data, and a number of “apps” providing key data analytics. Maps and apps can be opened according to key themes or geographies. The navigator the left of the maps enables you to add or remove any additional map layers as you explore. Information keys explain how the maps were made and provide additional links. Further information and resources can be found on Oceanwealth.org

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

The Convention for the Protection of Natural Resources and Environment of the South Pacific Region (1986) is also known as the SPREP Convention or Noumea Convention. The Convention has two Protocols that also entered into force in 1990. This Convention is the major multilateral umbrella agreement in the Pacific Region for the protection of natural resources and the environment.

 Pacific Data Hub

A recently published paper, titled “Coastal proximity of populations in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories” details the methodology used to undertake the analysis and presents the findings. **Purpose** * This analysis aims to estimate populations settled in coastal areas in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTS) using the data currently available. In addition to the coastal population estimates, the study compares the results obtained from the use of national population datasets (census) with those derived from the use of global population grids.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This guide helps communities understand the pressures people may place on beaches and suggests how natural processes or ecosystem based approaches can be used can encourage sand to come back and stay put.