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CSI info 12

An Ecologial Assessment of Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Philippines

 

Photo credits: 
Gillian Cambers,  Stefano Fazi, 
Miguel Fortes

Design and layout: Micheline Turner

Web version: Claire Blackburn

 

Preface
Acknowledgements
Table of contents
Executive summary
1 Introduction
2 Biophysical and social setting
3 Coastal resources assessment
4 Preliminary application of asessment to planning
5 Concluding remarks
6 References and further reading
Appendices
Location of Ulugan Bay

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