Piniak, Gregory Andrew, 1973-
Characterization of the Tortugas Ecological Reserve (TER) : seafloor surveys and oceanographic processes : cruise and progress report for Leg I of NOAA ship Ferrel cruise FE-02-15-FK, 15 July-19 July, 2002/ submitted by Gregory A Piniak; approved by Donald E. Hoss, Gary C. Matlock.
Beaufort, North Carolina : Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research, 2002.
 leaves : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
"August 27, 2002."
Type Period Note:
"The central research theme in our laboratory has been how the structure and function of benthic ecosystems such as coral reefs, seagrasses, and algal beds, are modified by human behavior... The implementation of the Tortugas Ecological Reserve (TER) in July 2001 has provided an excellent opportunity for NOAA to investigate the effect of human disturbance in the Tortugas... In support of this research, the NOAA ship Ferrel arrived in Key West, FL on 15 July 2002 to support research objectives of the CCFHR and collaborators (CCMA, CSC, FMRI, NURC, USF) in the Tortugas Ecological Reserve. A total of seven scientists representing four federal and state institutions participated on this leg, which was the ninth cruise in support of this mission."--leaf 2.
Ferrel (Ship). Cruise (FE-02-15-FK : 2002)
Ocean bottom Florida Dry Tortugas Maps Planning.
Ocean Florida Dry Tortugas Maps Planning.
Biotic communities Research Florida Dry Tortugas Planning.
Spawning Research Florida Dry Tortugas Planning.
Dry Tortugas (Fla.) Research Planning.
Dry Tortugas National Park (Fla.) Research Planning.
Hoss, Donald E.
Matlock, Gary C.
Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research (U.S.)
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