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During the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force's Watershed Partnership Initiative Working Group monthly call, it was announced that part of the benthic characterization data collected for the reef associated with the Manati River watershed, as part of the Human Impact to Coastal Ecosystems in Puerto Rico (HICE-PR) project, may be used by the Puerto Rico Dept. of Natural and Environmental Resources to support the establishment of the "Underwater Gardens" Marine Reserve in the north coast of Puerto Rico.
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Juan L. Torres-Perez was interviewed during the past week by a reporter for El Nuevo Dia, the main newspaper in Puerto Rico. As part of their Science section, the newspaper highlighted the HICE-PR project's efforts to study the ecosystem of the north coast of the island. Link (in Spanish): http://www.elnuevodia.com/ciencia/ciencia/nota/estudianimpactohumanoenecosistemascosterosdelaisla-2061653/
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