Resource Description: NODC Accession Number 0001141
Tan, Dr. Franklyn Te, Zoology, Department of , University of Hawaii at Manoa, Jokiel, Dr. Paul , Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, F., Dr. Evelyn Cox, and Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, Unpublished material, Grain Size Distribution and Fate of Transplanted Corals at Kawaihae, Hawaii: Field work of 1996-1997 (NODC Accession 0001141).
Hawaii Institute for Marine Biology Department of Zoology University of Hawaii
Studies were directed at the feasibility of using coral transplantation as a mitigation measure to offset loss of habitat caused by harbor construction.
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