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A Marine Rapid Assessment of the Raja Ampat Islands, Papua Province, Indonesia

Report

Series: RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment Volume: 22

Edited By: Sheila A McKenna and Gerald R Allen

193 pages, Figs, tabs

Conservation International

Paperback | May 2003 | #138745 | ISBN: 1881173607
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The Raja Ampat islands have a highly diverse coral ecosystem with high species richness, endemism, and habitat level diversity, and are in a relatively pristine condition. Portions of these coral ecosystems face imminent destruction and degradation because of over-fishing or destructive fishing, pollution, population growth, and the urbanization of coastlines. This rapid assessment catalogues the current biological state of the Raja Ampat islands and assesses potential threats.


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