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, Fully detailed table of content

. .. Abstract,

. .. Avant-propos, 3 a. Les changements environnementaux globaux, un enjeu pour la recherche et l'action 3 b. Les politiques publiques face aux enjeux des ceg

L. and D. .. , effets des ceg sur les systèmes socio-écologiques coralliens

C. .. ,

P. De and L. .. Dissertation,

. , Chapter, Conceptual advances on global scale assessments of marine and coastal vulnerability

. , Chapter, Multiple stressors and ecological complexity require a new approach to coral reef research

. , Chapter, Coral reefs and people in a high-co2 world: where can science make a difference to people?

. Materials and . .. Methods, , p.53

. .. Results,

. .. Discussion,

. , 78 a. Constructing a typology for management strategies of coral reefs and people under gec 78 b. Linking management strategies to the impacts of gec on coral reefs ses, Management strategies for coral reefs and people under global environmental change: 25 years of scientific research

. Material and . .. Methods,

. .. Results,

. .. Discussion, 100 a. The literature focuses disproportionately on maintain the ecological status quo100 b. The literature is not addressing many places where coral reefs and people are threatened

C. .. ,

. , Chapter, The role of ecological limits in prioritizing impacts, resilience, and action for coral reefs under global environmental change

. , 110 c. Integrating vulnerability and resilience to assess coral reefs ses under gec, p.112

O. .. Management, 114 a. Definition of the concept of ecological adaptive capacity

M. Ecological and A. .. Action,

D. .. Strategies, , p.123

C. .. ,

. .. Discussion, Linking ecological adaptive capacity to resilience thinking

C. .. ,

L. .. De-l'analyse,

P. .. De-recherche, Créer de nouveaux indicateurs pour améliorer les projections des effets des ceg sur les récifs coralliens et les services écosystémiques associés

. .. Annexes,

A. Annex, Methods for analyzing global threats to coral reefs and dependence of human populations; and results per country and per ocean province, p.159

R. At and . .. Country-level, , vol.166, p.280

B. Annex, Sensitivity analysis on two greenhouse gas emission scenarios applied to ocean warming and acidification at coral reefs locations

C. Annex, Comprehensive discussion of management strategies found in the systematic literature review

P. .. , 188 b. Protection of ecosystems and associated ecosystems

R. .. , Add alkaline material & local engineering to mitigate co2 effects

A. .. , Adapt to the loss of livelihood in fishing and tourism

. .. Indirect-strategies,

D. Annex, Equations used in web of science and scopus on the period 1990-2016 to retrieve peer reviewed research articles on coral reefs in particular and on climate change in general, FOUR EQUATIONS WERE USED IN WEB OF SCIENCE AND SCOPUS ON THE PERIOD 1990-2016 TO RETRIEVE PEER REVIEWED RESEARCH ARTICLES FOR THE WHOLE FIELD OF CLIMATE CHANGE, p.204

E. Annex, Biology and conservation focus (n), societal focus (h), or pluri-disciplinary (p)

F. ;. Annex, A. Events-have, C. Gdp, A. Extent, and . .. Services?, Statistical analyses and exploration of the systematic literature review on management strategies to deal with the effects of climate change on coral reefs, vol.207

. .. References,

. .. Afterword,

.. .. Short-abstract,

.. .. Résumé,