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Larsen SN, Leisher C, Mangubhai S, Muljadi A, Tapilatu RF. 2018 . Fisher perceptions of threats and fisheries decline in the heart of the Coral Triangle. Ocean Life 2: 41-46. The Coral Triangle contains the most species-diverse coral reefs in the world, and at its center is the Raja Ampat archipelago in West Papua, Indonesia. The marine resources of Raja Ampat are an important source of food and livelihood for thousands of people, but overfishing and destructive fishing practices threaten itsdoi:10.1080/08920753.2014.877761 fatcat:2hvm7it6ajd7flxfkwmse4l4wu