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List of 6 records

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1. Management Recommendations: Australia and Papua New Guinea, Australia. ...
Most Australian reefs are well protected against the pressures that they are subject to, both legally and in terms of capacity to enforce those regulations. This situation needs to be maintained; There are a growing number of monitoring programmes...


2. Management Recommendations: Micronesia, American Samoa. ...
To date, coral reefs in American Samoa have been resilient to a series of natural perturbations, although full recovery may take another decade. The message for managers is that the reefs will recover no additional human pressure, but there are sever...


3. Management Recommendations: Australia and Papua New Guinea, Australia. ...
The current levels of monitoring and management of coral reefs needs to be maintained; there are, however no signals that effort or funding will be reduced or radically changed. The major threats to Australian reefs are from chronic pollution from r...


4. Management Recommendations: Australia and Papua New Guinea, Australia. ...
Most Australian reefs are well protected against most anthropogenic pressures, both by law and by capacity to enforce those regulations. This situation needs to be maintained.The development of networks of highly protected areas that preserve biodive...


5. Management Recommendations: Micronesia, American Samoa. ...
Major disturbances have been produced by mass coral bleaching events, hurricanes, COTS and extreme low tide events, but the Territory’s reefs appear to be amongst the more resilient in the region. Piggeries, land development, and the lack of proper s...


6. Management Recommendations: Micronesia, American Samoa. ...
The reef benthic communities of American Samoa are in better condition than most Pacific and almost all western Atlantic reefs, with higher coral cover than some other nearby Pacific reefs, and much lower cover of brown macroalgae than many of the we...


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