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1. Resources Overview: Persian Gulf, Kuwait. Kuwait’s reefs are largely located in the southern part of the country, and are dominated by platform and patch reefs along the coast from Kuwait City to the border with Saudi Arabia, and with some fringing r...
Kuwait’s reefs are largely located in the southern part of the country, and are dominated by platform and patch reefs along the coast from Kuwait City to the border with Saudi Arabia, and with some fringing reefs around offshore islands. Most active ...


2. Resources Overview: Eastern Africa, Kenya. Kenya has a relatively narrow coastal plain to the south, with a series of raised Pleistocene reef platforms above the present day intertidal platform. North of Malindi the coastal plain becomes much broader...
Kenya has a relatively narrow coastal plain to the south, with a series of raised Pleistocene reef platforms above the present day intertidal platform. North of Malindi the coastal plain becomes much broader and is dominated by older sedimentary plai...


3. Resources Overview: Southeast and Central Pacific, Kiribati. Kiribati’s islands and coral reefs straddle a vast swathe of the Pacific Ocean but consist of only some 33 islands or island systems. These are typically divided into three broad groups. Mo...
Kiribati’s islands and coral reefs straddle a vast swathe of the Pacific Ocean but consist of only some 33 islands or island systems. These are typically divided into three broad groups. Most of the actual islands are now referred to by their Microne...


4. Resources Overview: North and East Asia, Korea. The Korean Peninsula has a 11,500km coastline (Republic of Korea only) including the coastlines of 3,153 islands in the Korean Sea. The characteristics of the eastern, western and southern coasts are qu...
The Korean Peninsula has a 11,500km coastline (Republic of Korea only) including the coastlines of 3,153 islands in the Korean Sea. The characteristics of the eastern, western and southern coasts are quite different from each other. The eastern coast...


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