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Corals of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea (Marine RAP survey I)

Australian Institute of Marine Science
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
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In 1997, 53 sites in Milne Bay Province were assessed during the Marine RAP survey. Sites surveyed included a diverse range of habitats. The survey method consisted of direct underwater observation of corals along transects using SCUBA.
The aims of this component of the survey were:1. to compile an inventory of corals on the reefs of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea and2. to compare the results with inventories from other regions of Papua New Guinea and neighbouring countries.
The Marine Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) is an initiative of Conservation International (CI). Surveys were carried out in collaboration with the Milne Bay Provincial Government.

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Statement: Statement: Corals were identified by Dr JEN (Charlie) Veron

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Veron, JEN (Charlie), Dr (Principal Investigator)

Modified: 14 07 2024

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152.1,-9 152.1,-11 150.3,-11 150.3,-9 152.1,-9

151.2,-10

text: westlimit=150.3; southlimit=-11.0; eastlimit=152.1; northlimit=-9.0

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Corals of the Milne Bay region of Papua New Guinea: Veron JEN (1998) Corals of the Milne Bay region of Papua New Guinea. RAP Bulletin of biological assessment 11:26-38.

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