Coral reef conservation through outreach : educational traveling exhibit, phase I (starting in Florida) : final performance (technical) report, October 1, 2003 through March 31, 2008.
1 online resource (approximately 24 pages) : PDF file, illustrations ; 1.5 MB
"NOAA NMFS, Coral Reef Conservation through Outreach: Educational Traveling Exhibit, Phase 1 (Grant NA03NMF4630330). Project ID: 1413. Principal Investigator: Dana Wusinich-Mendez"--CoRIS spreadsheet document.
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"This Coral Reef Conservation through Outreach project brought back to life an educational traveling exhibit which first debuted in 1996 at the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium in Panama. The original, a bilingual product of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, was a classic museum exhibit, shipped in large wooden crates, requiring carpenter's tools for assembly. This edition, 'Our Reefs: Caribbean Connections" is both a scientific and a technological update, incorporating discussion of the many changes endured by Caribbean reefs in the last 12 years within its new content, while utilizing a compact, lightweight modular system easily transported and displayed in a variety of configurations to suit numerous venues"--Project summary.
NOAA NMFS, Coral Reef Conservation NA03NMF4630330 1413
Coral reefs and islands Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef management Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef management Social aspects Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef conservation Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef conservation Social aspects Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef restoration Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reef restoration Social aspects Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Coral reefs and islands Effect of human beings on Caribbean Area Exhibitions.
Wusinich-Mendez, Dana, originator.
United States. National Marine Fisheries Service, sponsor.
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