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IUCN Publication

The conservation status of marine bony shorefishes of the Greater Caribbean

The greater Caribbean biogeographic region covered in this report (representing 38 countries and territories) encompasses an outstanding marine bony shorefish richness of approximately 1,360 species, with many (53%) being endemic.

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2017
IUCN Publication

Status of Caribbean coral reefs after bleaching and hurricanes in 2005

This publication documents the devastating effects of hurricanes on coral reefs in the Caribbean in 2005, the hottest year on record. This report catalogues the impacts of the warming and storms during 2005 and 2006.

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2008
Non IUCN Publication

Trophic interactions in Caribbean coral reefs

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1996
IUCN Publication

Application of the biosphere reserve concept to coastal marine areas : papers presented at the Unesco/IUCN San Francisco Workshop of 14-20 August 1989

A straight forward presentation of the keynote papers and case studies prepared for the workshop on coastal marine biosphere serves held in 1989.

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1993
Non IUCN Publication

Guía de campo de las especies comerciales marinas y de aguas salobres de la costa septentrional de Sur América

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1992
IUCN Publication

Recomendaciones y necesidades para el establecimiento de un Programa Marino Costero en el Caribe de Centroamérica - PROMACO : basado en los resultados de I Taller sobre Problemática de la Zona Marino Costera del Caribe de Centroamérica, Roatán, Honduras, 27 de setiembre - 2 de octubre 1992

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1992
IUCN Publication

Coral reefs of the world. Vol. 3 : central and Western Pacific

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 Publication

Coral reefs of the world. Vol.1 : Atlantic and Eastern Pacific

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