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Monitoring of Boundary Habitats May Improve Management of Marine Protected Areas in Virgin Island Park

Scientists from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science recently returned from their yearly research mission to St. John, US Virgin Islands, July 9-26, 2007, where they continue to evaluate the health of coral reef resources both inside and outside park boundaries. NCCOS, working in collaboration with the US Geological Survey, National Park Service (NPS), and the NPS South Florida/Caribbean Network, and with support from NOAA

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