Hawaiian Marine Reserve To Be World's Largest; Bush to Designate National Park in Pacific Waters

Publication: Washington Post


06/15/2006 - President Bush plans to designate an island chain spanning nearly 1,400 miles of the Pacific northwest of Hawaii as a national monument today, creating the largest protected marine reserve in the world, according to sources familiar with the plan.View full article -- Hawaiian Marine Reserve To Be World's Largest; Bush to Designate National Park in Pacific Waters.

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