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ResourceThe Combined Effects of Increased Temperature and Ocean Acidification on the Early Life History Stages of Caribbean Coral and its Implication for the Recovery Potential of Florida Reefs
ResourceLife on the Edge 2004 [electronic resource] : Ft. Pierce, Florida to Cape Lookout, North Carolina, June 8 - June 22, 2004 / [U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean Exploration].
ResourceImpacts of land-based sources of pollution on two Caribbean coral species
ResourceExploring the Submerged New World, July 23 - August 5, 2009 [electronic resource] / [U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean Exploration and Research].
ResourceThe use of otolith microchemistry to monitor and evaluate the movement of coral reef fish in South Florida waters
ResourceLophelia II 2010 (Collection): Oil Seeps and Deep Reefs, October 14 - November 4, 2010 / [U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean Exploration and Research].
ResourceEnhanced susceptibility to predation in corals of compromised condition
Resource11th International Coral Reef Symposium [electronic resource] : Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, July 7-11, 2008.
ResourceThird International Symposium on Deep-Sea Corals science and management : program and abstract book.
ResourceThe Everglades, Florida Bay, and coral reefs of the Florida Keys : an ecosystem sourcebook / edited by James W. Porter, Karen G. Porter ; photographs by Clyde Butcher.
ResourceField operations : water quality and monitoring along the southeast Florida coast / Thomas Carsey, Jack Stamates, Ian Enochs.
ResourceCoral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) Local Action Strategy (LAS) Project 3B 'Southeast Florida Coral Reef Fishery-Independent Baseline Assessment' : 2012-2013 interim report / prepared by Kirk Kilfoyle, Brian K. Walker, Steven G. Smith, and Richard Spieler.
ResourceHidden oases : Florida's deep-sea reefs / Broward Education Communications Network, in cooperation with the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center present.
ResourceTropical connections : south Florida's marine environment / William L. Kruczynski and Pamela J. Fletcher, editors.
ResourceGulf of Mexico data atlas / [NOAA National Coastal Data Development Center ; Project Team, Barbara Ambrose, Russ Beard, Betsy Gardner, Kathy Martinolich, Dr. Rost Parsons, Kate Rose, Angela Sallis, Laughlin Siceloff, Tiffany Toft].
ResourceSuccesses and failures of global reef management. / Robin L. Aiello ; N. Hungerford, research assistant.
ResourceObject-oriented design of a near real-time marine environmental data acquisition and reporting system / James C. Hendee.
ResourceYou can make a difference [videorecording] / produced by the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
ResourceKey Largo Coral Reef National Marine Sanctuary Deep Water Resource Survey / edited by Stephen C. Jameson, Office of Coastal Zone Management ; in cooperation with National Ocean Survey, Klein Associates, Inc., Army Corps of Engineers, Harbor Branch Foundation, Incorporated, the Cousteau Society.
ResourceRecommendations from the Workshop to Advance the Science and Practice of Caribbean Coral Restoration
ResourceComparative analysis of the functioning of disturbed and undisturbed coral reef and seagrass ecosystems in the Tortugas: phase I - establishing a baseline / submitted by Mark S. Fonseca; approved by Donald E. Hoss, Gary C. Matlock.
ResourceComparative analysis of the functioning of disturbed and undisturbed coral reef and seagrass ecosystems in the Tortugas. Phase I, Establishing a baseline / submitted by Mark S. Fonseca; approved by Donald E. Hoss, Donald Scavia.
ResourceComparative analysis of the functioning of disturbed and undisturbed coral reef and seagrass ecosystems in the Tortugas. Phase I, Establishing a baseline / submitted by Mark S. Fonseca; approved by Donald E. Hoss, Donald Scavia.
ResourceReef fish identification : Florida, Caribbean, Bahamas / Paul Humann, Ned DeLoach.
ResourceAnimation series. Landsat 7 : coral reefs [electronic resource] / NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio.
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