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Seminar Internasional Pengelolaan Berkelanjutan Kepulauan Raja Ampat Merekomendasikan Pembangunan Kampus Keanekaragaman Hayati Laut di Raja Ampat

Seminar Internasional Pengelolaan Berkelanjutan Kepulauan Raja Ampat Merekomendasikan Pembangunan Kampus Keanekaragaman Hayati Laut di Raja Ampat by Wida Sulistyaningrum, photos © Conservation...
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Polisi dan Tim Patroli Masyarakat Raja Ampat Menangkap Nelayan Ikan Hias Illegal

Polisi dan Tim Patroli Masyarakat Raja Ampat Menangkap Nelayan Ikan Hias Illegal by Wida Sulistyaningrum, photos © Conservation International Enam Juni 2014 yang lalu, Tim Patroli Masyarakat...
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Batanme

Batanme Batanme merupakan sebuah pulau besar di gugusan kepulauan Raja Ampat, Papua Barat, yang saat ini lebih dikenal dengan nama Misool. Batanme belum terlalu terkenal sebagai tempat wisata dan...
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Cenderawasih Bay: Living Laboratory of Evolution, text and photographs by Dr. Gerald Allen

Cenderawasih Bay: Living Laboratory of Evolution Several marine biological surveys by the authors and colleagues during 2006-2010 at Cenderawasih Bay, West Papua uncovered a wealth of new...
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Part 1: Introduction to Cenderawasih Bay by Simon Marsh, photography by Simon Marsh and Andrina Bindon

Part 1 Introduction to Cenderawasih Bay The area of the Bird’s Head Seascape known as Cenderawasih Bay, which includes Indonesia’s largest marine park, lies east and south of Raja Ampat, forming...
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Indonesia Gives Mantas A New ‘Ray of Hope’

This post was originally published on Conservation International’s blog, Human Nature. Mark Erdmann has been working closely with the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries on...
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Pengalaman Pertama Saya di Raja Ampat by Carla Kerstan & photos by Shawn Heinrichs

Pengalaman Pertama Saya di Raja Ampat Saya sangat bersemangat ketika diberi kesempatan bergabung dalam perjalanan monitoring pari manta di Raja Ampat selama 10 hari. Saat itu saya masih magang di...
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New Information and Recommendations on Sea Turtle Ecology in the BHS

Excerpted from Ecosystem Based Management in the Bird’s Head Seascape, Conservation International, et.al. The Bird’s Head Seascape is a refuge to four of the world’s seven sea turtle...
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