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Little Cayman could hold key to reef survival
by James Whittaker
CaymanCompass.com Translate This Article
16 July 2014
On 16 July 2014 CaymanCompass.com reported:
Research taking place in Little Cayman could hold the key to the survival of coral reefs in the Caribbean and the colourful marine life they support. Coral cover has actually been increasing around Little Cayman in the past five years, bucking the regional trend that has seen widespread coral die-off on reefs -- often compared to rainforests because of the biological diversity they support. Initial studies suggest that controlling overfishing and reducing coastal pollution could be key factors.
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