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IUCN Publication

Dugong : status reports and action plans for countries and territories

The dugong (Dugong dugon) is the only herbivorous mammal that is strictly marine. It has a range spanning some 37 countries, including tropical and subtropical coastal and island waters. This plan presents a global overview of the status of the dugong and its management throughout its range.

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2002
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The status of coastal and marine habitats two years after the Gulf War oil spill

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1994
Non IUCN Publication

The nineteen ninety one 1991 Gulf war : coastal and marine environmental consequences

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1993
IUCN Grey Literature

Environmental assessment of sea surface contamination int the Gulf. Final report on the Joint IOC/IUCN Gulf mission, August 1992.

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1993
IUCN Grey Literature

The 1990-1991 Gulf war : IUCN's response

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1992
IUCN Grey Literature

Preliminary assessment of war-related and other impacts along the Saudi Arabian Gulf coast. Draft report on IUCN/IAEA/IOC/JICA/WWF interagency mission to the Gulf during August 1991

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1991
Non IUCN Publication

Recommendations for the conservation of dugongs in the Arabian Region

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1989
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The status and conservation of dugongs in the Arabian Region

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1989
Non IUCN Publication

Recommendations for the conservation of marine turtle in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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1989
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An assessment of the conservation status of marine turtles in Saudi Arabia

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1989
IUCN Publication

Coral reefs of the world. Vol. 2 : Indian Ocean, Red Sea and gulf

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world. Teeming with life, they are also one of the world’s most productive natural communities. Yet they are under increasing threat.

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1988
IUCN Grey Literature

Saudi Arabia : an assessment of coastal zone management requirements for the Red Sea

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1987
IUCN Grey Literature

Saudi Arabia : an assessment of biotopes and management requirements for the Saudi Arabian Gulf coastal zone. Executive summary

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1987
IUCN Grey Literature

Arabian Gulf : Saudi Arabia : an assessment of biotopes and coastal zone management requirements for the Arabian Gulf. Executive summary

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1987
IUCN Grey Literature

Red Sea and Arabian Gulf : Saudi Arabia : an assessment of national coastal zone management requirements

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1987
IUCN Grey Literature

Arabian Gulf : Saudi Arabia : an assessment of biotopes and coastal zone management requirements for the Arabian Gulf. Technical report 5

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1987
IUCN Grey Literature

Conservation and sustainable use of natural resources. Part 2, marine

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1982
IUCN Grey Literature

Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region : an environmental overview

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1982
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Saudi Arabian seashells : selected Red Sea and Arabian Gulf molluscs

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1981
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Biotopes of the western Arabian Gulf : marine life and environments of Saudi Arabia

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1977
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Fauna of Arabia

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