| St. John, USVI Mission Report: A cooperative investigation between NOAA, National Park Service, US Geological Survey, Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural Resources, University of Hawaii, and the Oceanic Institute, July 6 – 17, 2009 - :18097 | National Ocean Service (NOS)
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St. John, USVI Mission Report: A cooperative investigation between NOAA, National Park Service, US Geological Survey, Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural Resources, University of Hawaii, and the Oceanic Institute, July 6 – 17, 2009
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    2009
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    The intent of this field mission was to continue ongoing efforts: (1) to spatially characterize and monitor the distribution, abundance and size of reef fishes, and the abundance of macroinvertebrates ( conch, Diatema, lobster) within and around the waters of the Virgin Islands National Park (VIIS) and newly established Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument (VICR), (2) to correlate this information to insitu data collected on associated habitat parameters, (3) to use this information to establish the knowledge base necessary for enacting management decisions in a spatial setting and (4) to establish the efficacy of those management decisions.

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