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Several qualitative differences in the fisheries activities at Navassa Island were noted between the expeditions in April 2000 and November 2002.
This small size structure of the reef fish assemblage at Navassa Island is also born out in extensive reef fish visual censuses conducted during the expedition (McClellan and Miller, 2003).
While the hawksbill turtles observed were not large, it is likely that Navassa Island serves as a juvenile habitat similar to other offshore islands in the Caribbean such as Buck Island (St.
Shallow coastal habitats are absent at Navassa Island and the only conch habitat we observed is on an interspersed sand/patch reef terrace surrounding the island at 25-30 m depth.
It is also highly likely that substantial shifts in species composition have already occurred in the Navassa Island fishery.
Shore fishes of Navassa Island: a case study on the need for rotenone sampling in reef fish biodiversity studies.
The concept of Navassa Island as a pristine and entirely unexploited marine habitat must be viewed with caution.
The value of Navassa Island as a unique marine habitat can be established through continued studies of its marine ecosystem.
During April 1999, Navassa Island was declared a National Wildlife Refuge.
Cruise results for Oregon II 77-08 (80), Navassa Island resource assessment survey.
Proctor (Editor), Observations on Navassa Island. Geonotes, Quart.
The Harvard Expedition to Navassa Island. Harvard Alumni Bull.