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Status of Quirimbas, Bazaruto and Ponta do Ouro marine protected areas of Mozambique

  title={Status of Quirimbas, Bazaruto and Ponta do Ouro marine protected areas of Mozambique},
  author={Sara Abr{\~a}o Tembe},
With about 2 470 km of coastline, Mozambique is composed of a vast diversity of terrestrial, marine, coastal and aquatic ecosystems that contain habitats that support an enormous diversity of species. The main threats to the biodiversity are linked to human activities. In view of threats to the biodiversity one of the significant steps taken was the signature of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and establishment of the Protected Areas in order to maintain biodiversity, conserve… Expand


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