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Studies on the Status of Coral Reefs and Some Associated Organisms in Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve

By: Krishnamoorthy Venkataraman(Author), Ch Satyanarayana(Author)
40 pages, illustrations, maps
Studies on the Status of Coral Reefs and Some Associated Organisms in Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve
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The concept of Gulf of Mannar biosphere reserve provides a useful framework to guide and reinforce projects to enhance people's livelihoods and ensure environmental sustainability. The international recognition by UNESCO helps in raising the profile of the site and attracting resources for better management and in the improvement of socioeconomic status of the people living around GoMBR. The Gulf of Mannar lies between the southeastern tip of India and the west coast of Sri Lanka.

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By: Krishnamoorthy Venkataraman(Author), Ch Satyanarayana(Author)
40 pages, illustrations, maps
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