Major shortfalls in marine conservation

DPoint94__Page_03_Image_0003A new study says that more than 17,000 marine species worldwide remain largely unprotected. The authors (including several CEED researchers) looked at the ranges of some 17,348 species of marine life, including whales, sharks rays and fish, and found that 97.4% have less than 10% of their range represented in marine protected areas.

http://ceed.edu.au/ceed-news/ceed-media-releases/322- major-shortfalls-identified-in-marine-conservation.html

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