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Belize Phase 181 Science Report

Belize, formerly known as British Honduras, is a Central American country on the Eastern coast. Belize is bordered by Guatemala from the West and Mexico from the North with the Caribbean Sea to the East. The small mainland area is roughly 290 km long and 110 km wide. The Mesoamerican Reef is the largest barrier reef in the Northern Hemisphere and the second largest barrier reef in the world (Seijo, 2007). Large areas of the barrier reef are protected by the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System (BBRRS) and therefore it has been designated a world heritage site by UNESCO for the past 20 years. Included in the BBRRS are 7 marine reserves, 450 cayes and 3 of the 4 atolls present: Turneffe Atoll, Glover’s Reef Atoll and Lighthouse Reef Atoll (home to the Great Blue Hole dive site made famous by Jacques Cousteau) (Gibson et al., 1998). The Belize Barrier Reef (BBR) is the largest single section of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System (MBRS) and extends 998 km from the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras; making it the second largest barrier reef in the world. The Frontier Belize Marine project (BZM) was established in April 2014 within the Caye Caulker Forest and Marine Reserve (Figure 1). CC is a small limestone island located approximately 20 miles North-Northeast of Belize City at 17°44’33N 88°1’30W.The Frontier Belize camp is located on the North island of Caye Caulker (CC) and hosts Marine Conservation, Diving and Beach Conservation volunteers.
year(s) of publication : 2018
author(s): Fanning, E , Givel, D , Anastassiou, D , Best, D , Smith, K.B
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2017
author(s): Fanning, E , Givel, D , Anastassiou, D , Snyder, T
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2017
author(s): Fanning, E , Givel, D , Anastassiou, D
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2017
author(s): Fanning, E , Mudan, P , Givel, D , Anastassiou, D , Blankenship, B
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2016
author(s): Fanning, E , Urquhart, C , Mudan, P
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2016
author(s): Fanning, E , Urquhart, C , Mudan, P , Morshuis, E
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

Benthic composition and coral health at two sites within the Caye Caulker Marine Reserve, Belize

Department of Environmental Biology, Behavioural ecology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 2016 Funding provided on behalf of the Royal Dutch Zoological Society (KNDV)
year(s) of publication : 2016
author(s): Van Dijk, A.G
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2016
author(s): Fanning, E , Connolly, H , Urquhart, C , Mudan, P , Sullivan, A
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2016
author(s): Fanning, E , Connolly, H
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker

year(s) of publication : 2015
author(s): Fanning, E
countries: Belize
regions(s): Caye Caulker


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