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1. Resources Overview: South Asia, India. India, despite its vast size, has only a few coral reefs off its mainland coast, mostly concentrated around the Gulf of Kutch to the northwest, and the Gulf of Mannar near Sri Lanka in the southeast. Reefs are h...
India, despite its vast size, has only a few coral reefs off its mainland coast, mostly concentrated around the Gulf of Kutch to the northwest, and the Gulf of Mannar near Sri Lanka in the southeast. Reefs are highly developed in the more remote arch...


2. Resources Overview: Eastern Africa, Indian Ocean Islands (France). France administers a number of islands around Madagascar (administered alongside Madagascar prior to its independence). Sometimes known by the collective title of Îles Éparses (scatte...
France administers a number of islands around Madagascar (administered alongside Madagascar prior to its independence). Sometimes known by the collective title of Îles Éparses (scattered islands), these islands are all administered from Réunion, alth...


3. Resources Overview: Persian Gulf, Iran. Very little information is currently available describing reef communities off the coast of Iran. Fringing reefs are known to occur along parts of the mainland and particularly around some of the offshore islan...
Very little information is currently available describing reef communities off the coast of Iran. Fringing reefs are known to occur along parts of the mainland and particularly around some of the offshore islands, including Kharg and Kharko Islands i...


4. Resources Overview: Southeast Asia, Indonesia. Indonesia is the world’s largest coral reef nation, with over 50 000 square kilometers of reefs (17 percent of the world total), extending nearly 5 000 kilometers from east to west, and harboring over 17...
Indonesia is the world’s largest coral reef nation, with over 50 000 square kilometers of reefs (17 percent of the world total), extending nearly 5 000 kilometers from east to west, and harboring over 17000 islands (including rocks and sandbanks). It...


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