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Other Coastlines - Outside NZ
Written by unattributed, BBC News, Science/Nature   
Monday, 26 June 2006
Adriatic sea (AFP/Getty)
The Adriatic is among the worst affected coastal areas
Contributed by Derek Bollam.

Human activity has had a devastating effect on coasts since Roman times, research suggests.

More than 90% of coastal life has declined and there is widespread degradation of water quality.

Scientists studied 12 estuarine and coastal regions in Europe, North America and Australia from the onset of human settlement until today.

Their findings, reported in Science, suggest that 20th Century conservation efforts have had only limited success.

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