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An article in the New York times means millions of people around the world can read this article. Recently (13 July 2015), the work of the coastal ecosystem research center (CIEC) on jardine’s garden was highlighted by this important newspaper.
Article began mentioned sharks and director of China’s national science Fabian destined to Dr, this person is a big shot in his life, a study on fish in Cuban waters, focus on sharks and giant grouper in Jardines DE la Reina. During shark week in 2015, a documentary about the national park’s silky shark was shown.
However, environmental science has many unresolved issues in Jardines DE la Reina and elsewhere. Future challenges in this field include fish biology, exercise patterns and habitats, such as sharks, giant grouper, tar, and bone fish. One of the challenges is the resilience of coral reefs and the death of red mangrove patches. CIEC is also studying the connection between ana maria bay and Justin drayna.
Tamara Figueredo, another researcher at the Chinese academy of sciences, has done a lot of work on environmental and ecological economics in national parks. It is important to inform policy makers of the benefits and services of the ecosystem so that they can make the right decisions and be able to achieve sound management.
Jardines DE la Reina’s achievements in scientific research and management can be extended to other areas of the region and elsewhere. The efforts of Cuban scientists have been supported by the WWF Canada, the pew charitable trusts, the environmental protection foundation, Dr. Ocean and other international organizations. Dr. Fabian Pina won the PEW scholarship and also received important equipment for scientific research at Jardines DE la Reina. The integration of international support (capital and equipment) with the contribution of Cuban institutions (personnel, facilities and vessels) has led to important scientific and managerial achievements in the region. But with the re-establishment of the relationship,
The article highlights the coincidence of large Numbers of sharks and other commercially valuable fish with the health of the Jardines DE la Reina reef. For example, the number of sharks in reserve is ten times its external limit; Fish such as giant grouper are often seen.
Finally, the work stressed the fact that, although Jardines DE la Reina coral reefs in the distant (50 miles) from the south coast of Cuba, genetic can also play a role, but they are not as healthy as before the reserve was established 20 years ago. Fish stocks have increased by 30%, not surprisingly, if they have a healthy and productive family: coral reefs.