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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Lyme Bay Closed Area Monitoring: what we have learned so far.
After almost 18 years of research, campaigning and negotiation, statutory protection for the most vuulnerable reefs in Lyme Bay became a reality in 2008. This was deemed necessary as, despite voluntary agreements, it was apparent the damage to the reefs … Continue reading
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