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United States Samoa National Marine Protected Area
The National Marine Sanctuary Brochure: The English and Samoan version that describe the application (obsolete but still available). The fragile cay: our fragile cay: the cay: our coral reef: German and Samoan version. This is a description of the dive site and the dangers to the dive site; how to save the area. Programme poster (out of print) with interpretations of place, pictures and tortoise and shark motifs.
Samoan and English. Part of a poster of a reindeer that was used for an interpretation in the National Park of the American Samoa Visitor Centre. Programme poster: Similarly designed as the poster for the 10-year jubilee. Coloring book Pacific Coal Reef (1997):
English, Samoan and Hwaiian texts. Drawing up an environmental impact and management plan for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary (October 1983): The Sanctuary Programs Division of the Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management and the Development Planning Office of the Government of Samoa. State of the reefs of Samoa and Micronesia:
State of the world's reefs: 2000. The Australian Institute of Marine Sciences. Alterations in the NMS and Tutuila Island on Fagatele Bay and Tutuila Island (American Samoa) from 1982-1995. Would you like to see Fagatele Bay? The National Marine Sanctuary Science Series. Longterm monitor of the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Tutuila Island (American Samoa) 1985 to 2001: Survey of 1998 and 2001.
ASIA Samoa Maritime Heritage Inventory. The Pacific Island Region, National Marine Protected Areas Bureau, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Geological situation and ecological function of the coral reefs in Samoa, USA. reefs of the USA. Ecosystem Monitoring Report for Samoa, USA: 2002-2006. State of the coral reef ecosystems of Samoa, USA. pp.
State of the coral reef ecosystems of the United States and the Pacific States: Longterm monitor of the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Tutuila Island, American Samoa: Results of the studies carried out in 2007/8, incl. a remeasurement of the historical Aua Transect. 20 years of disturbance and change at Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, American Samoa.
Statistic analyses for the Coral Reef Advisory Group (532KB).