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Cape Falcon Paves the Way for Marine Protection in 2016

On January 1st, 2016, Cape Falcon Marine Reserve was officially implemented off the north Oregon Coast, becoming the second largest reserve of the Oregon States Marine Reserve network. The new marine reserve is 12.4 sq. mi. (32.4 km2) and prohibits all ocean development as well as marine life harvesting from Tillamook Head to Cape Falcon.…

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California, Oregon and Florida Lead in Strongly Protecting Marine Ecosystems; Remaining US States Lag in Conservation Efforts

Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in securing strong protection for the world’s oceans, released its annual SeaStates 2015 report today at the 2015 Esri User Conference. This year’s report on no-take marine reserves in the waters of US coastal states and territories uncovers an unfortunate truth: in the last year, there was no increase in…

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Marine Conservation Institute Releases SeaStates 2014; Report Card on How Well Individual U.S. States Protect Their Coastal Waters

Marine Conservation Institute, a leader in protecting marine biodiversity, today released a report that will be of interest to U.S. policy-makers and beach-goers this summer.  Called SeaStates 2014: How Well Does Your State Protect Your Coastal Waters?, this second annual report reveals that most states and territories are failing to safeguard our nation’s marine life, seafood…

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