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Internationally Protected Zones of the Ocean

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Colter Yett

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Internationaly Protected Zones of the Ocean
By: Adon Wolff, Dylan Swanson, and Colter Yett

Only one percent of the Ocean is protected.
A coral reef archipelligo in PIPA protects of one of the last intact oceanic coral archipelligo ecosystems on Earth.
http://www.conservation.org/newsroom/pressreleases/Pages/PIPA-largest-protected-area-in-pacific.aspx
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Kiribati, a small Pacific island nation in the Pheonix Islands, established
the world's largest marine protected area on Jan. 30, 2008.
The world's largest marine protected area is called the Pheonix Islands Protected Area(PIPA).
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The Pheonix Islands are located near the Equator in the Central Pacifc between Hawaii and Fiji. They form an archipelligo hundreds of miles long.
Map Of Ocean:
https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQGZfA41dFtdxzigQGrtT4g-sM1X63HFVP0xKf7VNMbpM9znxeBng
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