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sediment discharge onto reefs, and pollution from industrial effluents, sewage, and fertilizer compounds the problem. Cumulatively, these pressures appear to have significantly degraded Indonesia’s reefs over time. Unfortunately, Indonesia has only limited monitoring. Few reefs are regularly studied, making the assessment of condition and change for the country quite difficult. Currently, most monitoringmindicates clearly that reef condition is declining. This article showed the status, biology, and monitoring-rehabilitation method of coral reef in Indonesia.
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