Marovo Lagoon is a large saltwater lagoon located in the New Georgia Islands, north of Vangunu Island, at . It is part of the Solomon Islands. It encompasses 700 square km and is protected by a double barrier reef system.
There are many islands in the lagoon, some of which are inhabited. The people speak the Marovo language and live mainly by subsistence agriculture and are skilled at fishing. The lagoon is a popular destination for diving.
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- Robert E. Johannes and Edvard Hviding (2000). Traditional knowledge possessed by the fishers of Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands, concerning fish aggregating behaviour (PDF). SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin No. 12. pp. 22–29. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-04.
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