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    Gippsland Lakes

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      15-12-1982
    • Site number: 
      269
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    60,015 ha
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    Bañados del Este y Franja Costera

    • Country: 
      Uruguay
    • Designation date: 
      22-05-1984
    • Site number: 
      290
    • Published since: 
      23 year(s)
    407,408 ha
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    Chesil Beach & The Fleet

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      17-07-1985
    • Site number: 
      300
    • Published since: 
      25 year(s)
    748 ha
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    The Coorong, Lake Alexandrina & Albert Wetland

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      11-01-1985
    • Site number: 
      321
    • Published since: 
      11 year(s)
    142,530 ha
  5. Zone d'Akaka/Rembo-Eshira
    Zone d'Akaka/Rembo-Eshira
    Zone de la Louri
    Sous-bois d'Ignoungou

    Petit Loango

    • Country: 
      Gabon
    • Designation date: 
      30-12-1986
    • Site number: 
      352
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    150,869 ha
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    Oosterschelde

    • Country: 
      Netherlands (Kingdom of the)
    • Designation date: 
      03-04-1987
    • Site number: 
      354
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    36,978 ha
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    Polar Bear Provincial Park

    • Country: 
      Canada
    • Designation date: 
      27-05-1987
    • Site number: 
      360
    • Published since: 
      23 year(s)
    2,408,700 ha
  8. The outer reaches of the Sullorsuaq valley and the shallow bay.
    The tidal mudflats in the bay.
    The bay seen from south and a coastal lagoon in front.
    The dunes of Qamassoq, with coastal lagoon to the right.
    The central part of Sullorsuaq/Kvandalen.
    Coastal lagoon on south side of Aqajarua/Mudderbigten.
    Salt marsh of Qaamassoq/Flakkerhuk.
    Aqajarua/Mudderbugt seen form south.
    Tall Salix-scrub in Sullorsuaq/Kvandalen

    Aqajarua, Qaamassoq and Sullorsuaq

    • Country: 
      Denmark (Greenland)
    • Designation date: 
      27-01-1988
    • Site number: 
      381
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    26,440 ha
  9. The islands seen from east.
    Pond on the island Innersuatsiaq.
    Steep cliff at the island Angissat.
    Coastal lagoon at Basisø.
    Sandy beach on Niaqornaq.
    Arctic terns over Saatuuarsuit, the westernmost small islands.

    Kitsissunnguit

    • Country: 
      Denmark (Greenland)
    • Designation date: 
      27-01-1988
    • Site number: 
      384
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    6,910 ha
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    The Wash

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      30-03-1988
    • Site number: 
      395
    • Published since: 
      17 year(s)
    62,212 ha

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