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  1. Glenelg River Estuary as viewed from the Beach Road lookout, the opening to the ocean can be seen at far right.
    Coastal dune scrub on the barrier dunes adjacent to Long Swamp and shorebird habitat along the ocean beach.
    Lake Mombeong one of the freshwater lakes of Discovery Bay

    Glenelg Estuary and Discovery Bay Ramsar Site

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      28-02-2018
    • Site number: 
      2344
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    22289 ha
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    Nooto-North Tarawa

    • Country: 
      Kiribati
    • Designation date: 
      04-03-2013
    • Site number: 
      2143
    • Published since: 
      6 year(s)
    1033 ha
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    Namdrik Atoll

    • Country: 
      Marshall Islands
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2012
    • Site number: 
      2072
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    1119 ha
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    Upper Navua Conservation Area

    • Country: 
      Fiji
    • Designation date: 
      11-04-2006
    • Site number: 
      1612
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    615 ha
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    Manawatu river mouth and estuary

    • Country: 
      New Zealand
    • Designation date: 
      25-07-2005
    • Site number: 
      1491
    • Published since: 
      14 year(s)
    200 ha
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    Caroni Swamp

    • Country: 
      Trinidad and Tobago
    • Designation date: 
      08-07-2005
    • Site number: 
      1497
    • Published since: 
      14 year(s)
    8398.1 ha
  7. Proglacial margin of Vadret da Roseg, crossed by a brook. In the background, the Roseg glacier and the Bernina massif.
    Alluvial zone including a mountain lake and the Roseg glacier.
    Brook crossing the proglacial margin. In the background, the Roseg glacier.
    Proglacial margin crossed by a brook. In the background, the Tschierva (left) and Roseg (right) glaciers.
    Meandering of a brook through the proglacial margins of Vadret da Tschierva and Vadret da Roseg, in the Roseg valley.

    Vadret da Roseg

    • Country: 
      Switzerland
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2005
    • Site number: 
      1446
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    383 ha
  8. Laubersmad-Salwidili
    Laubersmad-Salwidili
    Laubersmad-Salwidili: View towards the "Schrattenfluh"

    Laubersmad-Salwidili

    • Country: 
      Switzerland
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2005
    • Site number: 
      1444
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    1376 ha
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    Jaluit Atoll Conservation Area

    • Country: 
      Marshall Islands
    • Designation date: 
      13-07-2004
    • Site number: 
      1389
    • Published since: 
      15 year(s)
    69000 ha
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    NSW Central Murray State Forests

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      20-05-2003
    • Site number: 
      1291
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    83992 ha

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