Report on the biodiversity monitoring activity on Nuutele island, 6th - 8th August, 2007

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Publication Date: 
2007
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[EL]
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Available online
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21 p.
Content Item Id: 
16753
Report on the biodiversity monitoring activity on Nuutele island, 6th - 8th August, 2007
Abstract: 

Nuutele Island hosts a diverse range of plant species, significant populations of land and seabirds, fruit bats, coconut crabs and turtles. It is a small island with a total land mass of about 108ha and located south east of Upolu Island at 1.8km off the Aleipata coast. It is an important offshore island on this part of Samoa because not only does it hold a diversity of species but one of the first islands to include or part of a Marine Protected Area. As a protected area it should be free of invasive species and destructive human activities and making sure that the island’s uniqueness still remains

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No
Record Id: 
75645