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By: Margret C. Domroese & Christine Engels
This companion guide to an exhibition by the same name in The Bahamas describes marine reserves, illustrates some of their benefits, features work of key players involved in the effort to create a marine reserve network in The Bahamas, and offers suggestions for supporting marine conservation. A useful guide for visitors to the exhibition, it is also a good source of information for anyone interested in information about creating marine reserve networks. The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation collaborated with exhibition sponsors to produce the guide -- The Bahamas Department of Fisheries, Bahamas Reef Environment Education Foundation, and The Nature Conservancy.