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This Filipina conservation leader is a woman on the ground
WWF Philippines’ new Vice President for Conservation Programmes, Chrisma Salao, is a 20-year ...
Blowing up the bad guys: Will Indonesia’s new fisheries laws deliver?
Suspended fishing licenses, a transhipment ban, and proposed port state measures are meant to crack ...
New electronic system allows commercial fishers to 'do the right thing’
WWF and technology innovation company navama introduce a new tracking and data-sharing platform to ...
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Indonesia winning battle to save world's richest reef system - The Guardian
The GuardianIndonesia winning battle to save world's richest reef system
“Since creating their MPA network eight years ago, the people and government of Raja Ampat have developed some of the most effective marine patrol systems in the Coral Triangle,” says Matt Fox, Seascapes Management Adviser with Conservation ...
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Warm ocean temperatures may mean major coral bleaching - NOAA
State ColumnWarm ocean temperatures may mean major coral bleaching
NOAA Coral Reef Watch's newly-released four-month bleaching outlook indicates the greatest threat for coral bleaching through May 2015 is in the western Pacific and Indian Oceans in areas such American Samoa, Samoa, Western Australia, and Indonesia.
NOAA study warns of major coral bleaching event in 2015
Coral reefs to take big global warming hit this year
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Climate Change Linked To the Disappearance of Coral Reefs
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Coral Triangle could be last bastion for planet's beleaguered reefs - The Guardian
The GuardianCoral Triangle could be last bastion for planet's beleaguered reefs
But according to the Catlin Seaview Survey, a multi-year project to map the world's coral reefs, there may be evidence that certain reefs in the Coral Triangle could resist longer than others. The project is using cutting-edge camera technology and a ...
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