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For the United States Marine Corps Reserve see: Marine Forces Reserve

A marine reserve is an area of the sea which has legal protection against fishing or development. This is to be distinguished from a marine park, but there is some overlap in usage. As of April 2008 there are no high seas marine reserves, but Greenpeace is campaigning for the "doughnut holes" of the western pacific to be declared as marine reserves.

They are campaigning for 40 percent of the world’s oceans to be protected as Marine Reserves.

Marine reserves by country

Australia



New Zealand

New Zealandmarker has over thirty marine reserves spread around the Northmarker and Southmarker Islands and two other outlying islands. These are 'no take' areas where all forms of exploitation are prohibited. Marine reserves are administered by the Department of Conservation.

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