Negligible risks to corals from antifouling booster biocides and triazine herbicides in coastal waters of the Chagos Archipelago.

@article{Guitart2007NegligibleRT,
  title={Negligible risks to corals from antifouling booster biocides and triazine herbicides in coastal waters of the Chagos Archipelago.},
  author={Carlos Guitart and Anne L. S. Sheppard and Trish Frickers and Andrew Robert Price and James W. Readman},
  journal={Marine pollution bulletin},
  year={2007},
  volume={54 2},
  pages={
          226-32
        }
}
The Chagos Archipelago is the most isolated and biologically diverse group of atolls in the central Indian Ocean. It contains 5 islanded atolls, including the world’s largest atoll, the Great Chagos Bank. Following the abandonment of the copra plantations, in 1973, most islands are uninhabited and have rarely been visited. The only exception is Diego Garcia, part of which is a strategic military base with appropriate infrastructure to support long range aircraft and ships which visit and reside… CONTINUE READING
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