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Marine Conservation Aims

1.  Create an “ecologically coherent” network of significantly large marine  reserves for all species inhabiting our seas.  Many marine species move around day by day, season by season or year by year, for food, to reproduce,  and for other reasons. Therefore it’s not enough to protect only one area when they might spend much of  their lives elsewhere. A network of marine reserves that is ecologically coherent is one that considers the  entire marine environment – not just isolated pockets – as well as the species (including all their life stages)  and habitats most needing needing protection. This ensures that...
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