Resource Description: NODC Accession Number 0001448
Dr. Donald C. Potts, UCSC, Ms. Daria Siciliano, UCSC, Dr. James Maragos, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Dr. David Gulko, Hawaii State Div. of Lands and Nat. Resources., Unpublished material, Groundtruthing Notes and Miscellaneous Biological Datasets from Coral Ecosystems Surveys from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Rapid Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program of 2000-2002 (NODC Accession 0001448).
University of California Santa Cruz;Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative;US Fish and Wildlife Service;Hawaii State Div. of Lands and Nat. Resources;NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service;NOAA National Ocean Service;Bishop Museum;University of Hawaii;Oceanic Institute
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Map and evaluate the shallow water reef habitats of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands.
Maragos, J., and Gulko, D., 2002, Coral Reef Ecosystems of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: Interim Results Emphasizing the 2000 Surveys: Hawaii Division of Lands and Natural Resources, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Honolulu, Hawaii.
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