Importance of coral reefs
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The World Resources Institute has predicted that by 2030, over 90 percent of the country's coral reef will be threatened. Destructive fishing, coastal development, agriculture, aquaculture, and lack of treatment for industrial waters arethe culprits of the massive degradation of these resources
Yap, J. P., Jr. (2016, March 7). Importance of coral reefs. Panay News, p. 12.
Coral reefs; Illegal fishing; Coastal zone management; Agriculture; Aquaculture; Water treatment; Degradation; Marine ecology; Financing; Coral reef restoration; Environmental restoration; Fisheries; Asexual reproduction; Survival; Transplantation; Marine parks; Fishery resources; World Resources Institute; Department of Science and Technology; Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development; University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute
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