Research Title: The Benefits of Coral Fisheries in the Anambas Islands Conservation Area
Leny Dwihastity is a researcher from the Directorate General of Marine Spatial Management under the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF). She obtained her master's degree in Ocean and Coastline Resources Management at Bogor Agriculture Institute. Leny has written several notable works, including the report, “Improving the Quality of Sea Turtle Habitat Conservation Area Management with an Ecosystem Service Fee Approach.” Leny’s research is an important asset for policymakers, especially in the MMAF where she works. Her current research is titled "The Benefits of Coral Fisheries in the Anambas Islands Conservation Area." Her research will better inform policymakers on how to create strong and binding regulations to protect the coral fisheries in the Anambas Islands.
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