The Archipiélago de Los Roques National Park, established in 1972, is one of the oldest national marine parks in the Caribbean and is Venezuela’s most important insular reef complex. Located 150 km north of the central Venezuelan coast, from 11° 44´-11° 58´N latitude and from 66°32-66°57´W longitude, it covers an area of approximately 800 km².
Benthos and Fish surveys were conducted in Los Roques National Park using AGRRA protocol 2.2 and are included in the Atoll Research Bulletin, No. 496, Status of Coral Reefs in the Western Atlantic, published 2003.
RAPID ASSESSMENT OF CORAL REEFS IN THE ARCHIPIÉLAGO DE LOS ROQUES NATIONAL PARK
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