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The state of coral reef ecosystems of Navassa

By Margaret Miller, Joseph Schwagerl, David Mcclellan, Mark Vermeij and Dana Williams


Navassa Island is a small, uninhabited, oceanic island approximately 50 km off the southwest tip of Haiti (Figure 6.1). It is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) as one component of the Caribbean Islands National Wildlife Refuge (NWR). Based on some preliminary quantitative surveys in 2000, and because of its isolated and uninhabited status, Navassa has been presumed to provide a relatively pristin

Year: 2005
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