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Coral reefs of the Red Sea  : Challenges and potential solutions

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FINE, Maoz, Mine CINAR, Christian VOOLSTRA, Alain SAFA, Baruch RINKEVICH, Dan D.A. LAFFOLEY, Nathalie HILMI, Dennis ALLEMAND, 2019. Coral reefs of the Red Sea  : Challenges and potential solutions. In: Regional Studies in Marine Science. 25, 100498. ISSN 2352-4855. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.rsma.2018.100498

@article{Fine2019-01Coral-45497, title={Coral reefs of the Red Sea  : Challenges and potential solutions}, year={2019}, doi={10.1016/j.rsma.2018.100498}, volume={25}, issn={2352-4855}, journal={Regional Studies in Marine Science}, author={Fine, Maoz and Cinar, Mine and Voolstra, Christian and Safa, Alain and Rinkevich, Baruch and Laffoley, Dan D.A. and Hilmi, Nathalie and Allemand, Dennis}, note={Article Number: 100498} }

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