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CAYSChildren and Youth Services
CAYSCaboolture Area Youth Service Inc. (Caboolture, Queensland, Australia)
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The Chalinidae (Porifera) of Twin Cays, Belize, and adjacent waters.
Conservationists and the Miskito Indians had hoped that, by establishing a protected area, they could better manage the rich resources of the Cays and gain some protection from the lobster "pirates." According to Nietschmann, a professor of geography at the University of California at Berkeley, well-managed fisheries would help the Miskitos to support themselves, finance conservation projects and develop the impoverished region.
For bohemians, Treasure Cay Beach Hotel and Villas is an all-incomplete property complete with 150-slip marina, 18-hole golf course, tennis courts and a three-and-one-half-mile-long beach.
Potters at the cay settlement apparently used the general patterns set down at Lamanai but freely executed their own variations, the investigators say.
If you plan to go, Hope Town is located close by on Elbow Cay and offers shopping, excellent restaurants, boat rentals all minutes away from some of the finest scuba diving and fishing in the world.
Thursday's video provides an overview of some of the island's key areas and attractions, including the Great Lagoon Beach offering crystal-clear water ideal for swimming and water sports at the center of Ocean Cay.
The Joulter Cays are a critical wintering location for Atlantic plovers, red knots, and other declining shorebirds.
One fortunate happening just prior to shutting down Walkers Cay by the owner was that the runway on Walkers got repaved, so planes can still land there.
Soldiers say Vietnam has turned Southwest Cay into a "naval training center" over the years with more than a dozen windmills, concrete buildings and a lighthouse.
American Eagle yesterday launched service from Miami to Charleston (daily using an ERJ-145, increasing to twice-daily April 6), Knoxville (daily, ERJ-145), Eleuthera (thrice-weekly using an ATR 72) and Treasure Cay (four-times-weekly, ATR 72) and today will begin four-times-weekly MIA-Governor's Harbour service aboard an ATR 72.
Specifically, we report on a molecular survey of partial 16S ribosomal DNA sequences from 64 samples encompassing five Caribbean nations and on a detailed analysis of placozoans found in the small mangrove island of Twin Cays, Belize, where we provide the first high-resolution phylogeographic study of the Placozoa.
Although Protestant and Green Cays are considered critical habitat for this species, both islands are located relatively close to each other in the north coast of Saint Croix, making them vulnerable to the same natural disturbances such as hurricanes.