NOAA Study Finds Over 50 Important Areas of Coral and Fish in Samoan Archipelago [What’s New]

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A team of NOAA scientists have issued the first broad-scale biogeographic report to assess the Samoan Archipelago. They identified 51 regional areas of high coral and fish abundance. In addition, scientists found that less than 10 percent of coral reef ecosystems are located in marine protected areas.

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