Likewise, the two modifications to the Buck Island Reef National Monument offer supporting precedent for using the Act to make limited, need-based, modifications to marine sanctuaries.
What does BUIS stand for?
BUIS stands for Buck Island Reef National Monument (US National Park Service)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Branching corals dominated the shallow areas of most Caribbean reefs until the early to mid-1980s when white band disease decimated populations in Virgin Islands National Park and Buck Island Reef National Monument.
Virgin Islands at 82 square miles, is also home to America's only underwater National Park - Buck Island Reef National Monument.
Buck Island Reef National Monument Buck Island Reef, with its underwater elkhorn coral barrier reef and coral grottoes, myriad tropical fish, and incredible visibility, offers some of the finest snorkeling in the Caribbean.
Smaller zones exist at Channel Islands and Virgin Islands national parks and Buck Island Reef National Monument.
Monitoring at both Virgin Islands National Park and Buck Island Reef National Monument shows that water quality generally remains very good.