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Virgin Islands National Park

Definitions

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  • n. a national park in the Virgin Islands having tropical plants and animals; sandy beaches and coral reefs

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Examples

  • He bought the 170-acre peninsula, which has seven beaches and is within the borders of the Virgin Islands National Park.

    Dwight Brown: The U.S. Virgin Islands -- 3 Unique Isles, 3 Unique Experiences.

  • Some inholdings can be quite large, such as 225 acres surrounded by Virgin Islands National Park and including one of its most popular beaches, which conservationists began adding to the park this year.

    Will Rogers: Unfinished Business in Our National Parks

  • Miller's job requires him to perform annual surveys on reef sites throughout the Virgin Islands National Park, which extends outward from St. John into offshore areas.

    Global warming takes a toll on coral reefs

  • This designation furthers the protection of the scientific objects included in the Virgin Islands National Park.

    Fact Sheet On Celebrating Lewis And Clark Legacy

  • The estate is located between the 7,000-acre Virgin Islands National Park and the Virgin Islands Coral Reef Monument - more than 12,000 acres of federally protected waters.

    ajc.com - News

  • Founded in 1976 by ecotourism pioneer Stanley Selengut, Maho Bay Camps is on a picturesque hillside at the edge of Virgin Islands National Park, with access to pristine beaches.

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  • In 1956, the Virgin Islands National Park was created to preserve some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world.

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  • In 2001, however, President Bill Clinton expanded the size of Buck Island National Monument by 18,000 acres (7,284.34 hectares) and designated the entire area a no-take zone and established the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument, a 12,000 acre (4,856.23 hectare) no-take zone adjacent to Virgin Islands National Park.

    United States Virgin Islands

  • Chief of Resource Management for the Virgin Islands National Park and the Virgin Islands Coral

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  • Rafe Boulon, Chief of Resource Management for the Virgin Islands National Park, explained that:

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