Cover: Niue Island in the South Pacific Ocean is one of the largest uplifted coral atolls on Earth. Two articles in this issue highlight potential strategies for conserving the species and fisheries associated with coral reefs. Aswani and Sabetian (pp. 520-530) examine effects of urban migration on both fisheries and customary management systems, and Dalleau et al. (pp. 541-552) explore spatial analyses that may inform designation of marine protected areas for islands in the Pacific Ocean.