PNAS: protection effectiveness on coral reefs

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Marine reserves are vital - but under pressure

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Cinner, J.E., Maire, E., Huchery, C., MacNeil, M.A., Graham, N.A.J., Mora, C., McClanahan, T.R., Barnes, M.L., Kittinger, J.N., Hicks, C.C., D’Agata, S., Hoey, A.S., Gurney, G.G., Feary, D.A., Williams, I.D., Kulbicki, M., Vigliola, L., Wantiez, L., Edgar, G.J., Stuart-Smith, R.D., Sandin, S.A., Green, A., Hardt, M.J., Beger, M., Friedlander, A.M., Wilson, S.K., Brokovich, E., Brooks, A.J., Cruz-Motta, J.J., Booth, D.J., Chabanet, P., Gough, C., Tupper, M., Ferse, S.C.A., Sumaila, U.R., Pardede, S., Mouillot, D., 2018. Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains. PNAS 201708001. doi:10.1073/pnas.1708001115

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