[Coral-List] Pearl farms and coral reefs

Maria Zann Schuster maria.zann at epa.qld.gov.au
Tue Feb 26 20:54:48 EST 2008

Dear listers,

Does anyone have information on the impacts of pearl farming & other
forms aquaculture [with the exclusion of fish cages] on coral reefs ?
We have high latitude reefs here with species / communities at their
range limits.
Hope you can help,



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