Adopt a Reef question
gregorh at pacific.net.hk
Sun Aug 20 01:42:09 EDT 2000
Reef Check has an international and US "Adopt a Reef" program. The
found at: www.ReefCheck.org/adopt.htm
We would welcome any contributions toward this effort.
Jim Hendee wrote:
> I thought coral-listers might be able to offer assistance to Greg
> Johnson and his class concerning the note he left on our CHAMP Web Page
> comment form (see below). Please respond directly to Greg.
> 01_FirstName: Greg
> 02_LastName: Johnson
> 03_Email: buntforhit at hotmail.com
> 04_Reason: EnjoyPage
> 05_Rating: Excellent
> 06_Informative: Excellent
> 07_Comments: I am a 7th grade history teacher in Blue Springs, Missouri,
> just east of Kansas City. This year, our school building theme is Sea Quest.
> Therefore, our school will be conducting activities throughout the year
> based on the sea and aquatic life. I was curious to know if there are ways
> my students could adopt a portion of a coral reef, or we might aid in the
> effort to preserve them. Any information you could provide would be
> extremely helpful.
> Thanks so much!
> Greg Johnson
NEW MAILING ADDRESS
Gregor Hodgson, PhD
Director, Reef Check Foundation
Visiting Professor, Institute of the Environment
University of California at Los Angeles
1652 Hershey Hall 149607
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1496 USA
Office Tel: 310-206-9193 Direct 310-794-4985
Email: gregorh at pacific.net.hk or gregorh at ucla.edu
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