Team of experts to check on Boracay coral reefs
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In light of environmental issues besetting Boracay, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) created a team of experts that will study the reported degradation of the coral reef ecosystem in the island resort. The team from DENR Region 6 will assess marine ecology in nine legislated Marine Parks and identified recreational diving sites. Regional Director Jim Sampulna formed the team upon the instructions of Secretary Ramon Paje. Aside from assessing coral reef areas, associated reef fishes, seagrass and seaweeds, mangrove, and fishery resources, the team will also study the island resort's carrying capacity.
Team of experts to check on Boracay coral reefs. (2015, June 16). Panay News, pp. 2, 31.
Environmental factors; Environmental degradation; Coral reef restoration; Marine ecology; Coral reefs; Marine parks; Recreation; Reef fish; Fishery resources; Coral reef conservation; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Japan International Cooperating Agency (JICA); Sampulna, Jim; Paje, Ramon
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