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Cover image: Pictured is a reef shark on the Great Barrier Reef. Laurence J. McCook et al. provide data to demonstrate that, although some marine species remain significantly depleted, reef shark, fish, corals, and other populations on the Great Barrier Reef may benefit when marine reserves are integrated into large-scale, adaptively managed networks. See the article by McCook et al. on pages 18278–18285, which is part of the Marine Reserves Special Feature. Image courtesy of Laurence J. McCook.

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