Artificial reefs can do more harm than good
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Changes in the fish diversity and abundance on a heavily fished fringing reef on Santiago Island, Pangasinan, Philippines McManus, John W.; Nañola Jr., Cleto L.; Reyes Jr., Rodolfo B.; Kesner, Kathleen N. (Bureau of Agricultural Research, Department of Agriculture, 2007)Fish assemblages on the reef slope, reef flat, and seagrass beds on Santiago Island were sampled over 18 months in 1992-1993 as part of a 6-year reef monitoring project started in 1986. Abundance and species diversity were ...
Gomez, Edgardo D.; Cabaitan, Patrick C.; Vicentuan, Kareen C. (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2006)Recently, the Pew Project (2001 to 2005) of the senior author entitled ‘Coral reef habitat and productivity enhancement through coral transplantation and giant clam restocking’ was implemented with the aim to ...