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American signs are much more verbose and mostly text, whereas European signs are mostly codified as symbols. It later hosted a civilization based on yam culture common to this part of Oceania, known as Melanesia Haudricourt Their social identity was built in interaction with the territory where they were settled. The myths rooted in this territory recounted the origins of lineages and customary groups as well as their histories and migrations on which their statuses and functions in the society New Caledonia guy here see details based.

These groups were scattered across each island within more or less expanded sociopolitical wholes depending on their kinship links and alliances. Each country relied on a specific and more or less developed system of functions depending on the demography and level of cohesion and organization of the customary groups and territories.

This colonial situation had major incidences on the pre-colonial cosmopolitical systems and the identity of the customary groups, and led to the rise of Kanak cultural and independence claims in the s Leblic ; Chappell These agreements were followed by the Noumea Accordin which the preamble recognized the Kanak people as the indigenous people of the archipelago and acknowledged the trauma they suffered from colonization Leblic ; Mokaddem A strategic document also defined, amongst many other institutional, economic and social considerations, a framework aiming to increase the autonomy of New Caledonia and extend by a further 20 years the preparation period for a consultation process to define its future political status.

Part of the self-determination process also aims to create a socioeconomic balance 15 between the north of the East flat rock NC bi horney housewifes with New Caledonia guy here see details Kanak majority and the south mostly Westernized around the main city of Noumea. Figure 3: Distribution of New Caledonia guy here see details in New Caledonia in Initially, metropolitan French were deported to New Caledonia, then, starting in the New Caledonia guy here see details th century, others were attracted by economic and employment opportunities, and were encouraged by the French government Leblic New Caledonia guy here see details history of the colonization, settlement and development of the territory, combined with Oceanian migration processes, thus contributed to the formation of a multi-ethnic society see fig.

Complex claims based on community, identity and language are being voiced in the New Caledonian society today Leblic ; Sand et al. Huge inequities still exist between the three Provinces: Marine scientists and environmental NGOs such New Caledonia guy here see details Conservation International and the World Wild Fund also consider the archipelago to be a sanctuary for many emblematic species such as whales, sea turtles, dugongs and birds. Integrated coastal zones management consists of linking these marine clusters, which are deemed representatives of the marine biodiversity and ecosystems of the archipelago, to several upstream terrestrial buffer zones Cicin-Sain and Belfiore The legislative organization of New Caledonia leads in particular to a specific sharing of responsibilities.

The Provinces, which have authority over the waters within their respective maritime public domains, as well as questions regarding the environment, are responsible for managing classified areas and the development of MPAs under their jurisdiction.

Sincethe Conservatory for Natural Spaces 22 was given the task of coordinating the management of the heritage site and works New Caledonia guy here see details a mediator between all New Caledonia guy here see details the stakeholders. Last but not least, the framework of the UNESCO area aims to closely integrate local stakeholders in a participatory process. Following global recommendations, Kanak indigenous communities living in the Wives seeking sex PA Dravosburg 15034 coastal zones were targeted by community-based approaches Pomeroy ; Roe et al.

New Caledonia coastal zones and terrestrial buffer zones inscribed on the World Heritage List in Translation from French to English by S. Leblic of Map 1. This approach relies on the Western scientific idea that relationships New Caledonia guy here see details human beings and nature can be described by collecting and inventorying quantitative data related to local uses and perceptions of the environment.

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Interest in traditional knowledge initiated new maritime anthropology epistemological discussions to deepen understanding of the technical processes and occupation, exploitation, and appropriation modes of fishers and coastal communities and their representations of marine spaces Breton Oceania played a major role in this renewal and consolidation of marine ethnobiology.

Research conducted in this region revealed that indigenous Pacific populations had developed a corpus of highly specialized traditional knowledge linked to the marine species and coastal ecosystems that they exploited, and diversified traditional marine tenure systems or customary management systems aiming to regulate the uses of, and access to, marine resources and territories Johannes ; Ruddle and Akimichi ; Ruddle and Johannes Figure 5: Leblic, translated from French to English from Leblic It has been revealed that despite colonization and its impacts on customary livelihoods, traditional knowledge and marine tenure systems are still operating in diverse ways in Kanak coastal communities.

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Dam filter on a raft, 2. Traditional fishing nets, and 3. Octopus fishing lure. Leblic Kanak fishing practices generally rely on specific traditional knowledge of marine biodiversity and ecosystems.

Using a cultural technology methodology detxils Creswell and his team, in the Nsw ; Haudricourt and ethnoscience, Leblic introduced a categorization of Kanak naturalist knowledge which includes the marine territory toponymy; topographyspecies biotope and life cycle; vernacular nomination and classification systemsannual ecological rhythms moon and tides; seasons; winds; variations of weatherand associated technical skills Caledknia fishing; dam filters; various nests; harpoons; see pic.

Moreover, fishing Caledonja are organized by gender. An important distinction is also made between individual practices for household and everyday supplies and collective practices dedicated to customary events such as annual celebrations, weddings, and burials targeting specific species 28 and relying on specific skills, rights and rules see pic.

A fisherman with his net on the shore. Cornier, and Indigenous knowledge includes magical Caldonia propitiatory skills and practices magical stones, places of cult dedicated to favour fishing through requests New Caledonia guy here see details the ancestors see pic. Thus across New Caledonia, numerous clans have totems of marine species which have symbolic and ritual functions due to their links New Caledonia guy here see details the ancestors and mythic origins of some lineages Leblic b.

For this reason, their capture, like their consumption, obeys very strict rules and involves the rights and specific competencies of certain clans to which they are sometimes exclusively dedicated.

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These customary species can play a symbolic role in the management of the marine world in order, for example, to guide fish into New Caledonia guy here see details nets or protect sailors during New Caledonia guy here see details expeditions. They can also act as guardians of marine territories. Return from collective fishing. Return from sea turtle fishing in Goro February and 7.

Leblic, and Old fishing magic stones and b. In the past, their function used to be mainly identifying and effective during customary ceremonies and ritual exchanges between the New Caledonia guy here see details and its partners.

As part of larger cosmopolitical systems, traditional marine management and fisheries rely on singular social organizations, countries, vernacular languages, naturalist knowledge and technical and magical skills. For these reasons, from a Kanak perspective, protecting the environment through the management of marine resources and territories is above all a way to preserve their livelihoods, technocultural systems, identity and heritage.

People may involve kin relationships to gain permission to fish or hunt in some types of reserve areas. In contrast, outsiders, usually townspeople of European origins, are often kept out of these reserves with road blocks or even chased away at gunpoint. The confrontation between these two rationalities has deep consequences for environmental and conservation projects implemented today in New Caledonia in the context of marine protected areas MPAs.

Meanwhile, indigenous communities often expected recognition of their cultural identity and heritage in the conservation project in which they were supposed to be involved Horowitz Improvements in the implementation of MPAs thus progressively led to new schemes New Caledonia guy here see details better integrate traditional knowledge and customary management into Western marine conservation and fisheries management policies Johannes ; Fiske ; Veitayaki ; Cinner and Aswani Possession of the archipelago took place in this region, 35 which was deeply marked by the colonial period.

It remained for a long time marginalized due to its distance from the main economic centre, as well as its historic opposition to the regime imposed by France Saussol The contemporary situation is characterized by socioeconomic constraints related to infrastructure, local employment, and development projects Leblic; Freyss However, this isolation has also helped maintain ways of life, traditional knowledge and customary management, particularly in relation to maritime territories.

It would thus be relevant to examine the expectations of local communities with regard to these MPAs, the ways traditional knowledge and customary management operating in this area are taken into account, and the contribution of these local development projects, notably involving fisheries. Figure 6: Cornier of Map 1. Furthermore, the sub-dossier corresponding to the ZCNE had already fixed specific objectives: Figure 7: Cornier using Google map; Cornier ; Faninoz Table 1: Cornier, These tribes were also invited to participate in Free discreet women dating Rochester bc MPA project.

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One is the emergence of overfishing, especially in the context of customary events when people have to ask for official permission to fish specific protected species.

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People capture such species whenever possible, but keep their capture secret because they could be faced with penal and financial punishment see pic. New Caledonia guy here see details 9a-b-c: Picture Head and guts of a sea turtle barely concealed along the coast.

To avoid problems, we no longer share it the way we use to. Some people show their opposition to the MPA and the associated new legislation by New Caledonia guy here see details giving up fishing zones in which they used to go before the implementation of the project. This seems to be particularly the case with the reef where the multizone system appears to be the most confusing, with some people mistaking no-take areas for sustainable management areas under provincial law.

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Giant clams also reproduce very quickly and you quickly see mounds growing. Pictures 11a-b-c: Cornier, b. Freshly collected giant clams. The flesh of the giant clam is much appreciated by local people.

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They the scientists always need to go out to sea to take samples, count or dive. I saw their boat leave and then on the reef. But we do not even know what they have come to do, we are not kept informed.

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