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In 2011, shallow marine ecosystems were evaluated (0-30 m depth) in the oceanic reef complexes in the northern Colombian Caribbean, including New Shoal, Alice Shoal (Colombia-Jamaica Joint Regime Area) and Serranilla Bank, in the Seaflwer Biosphere Reserve. Sampling stations were defied a priori through visual analysis of satellite images. Ecological Rapid Assessments were conducted to record the composition and relative abundance of the most representative species and groups existing in eachdoi:10.25268/bimc.invemar.2015.44.1.27 fatcat:tgk6axjsqnckjns27k2ugjptye