tmurdoch at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 20 10:18:50 EDT 2001
Hello all, from Bermuda
Happy to report that over the weekend I did not see any
bleaching at several reef crest and back-reef sites
encompassing depth ranges of 0 - 60 ft.
Will keep an eye on the corals on the platform, which may
be more at risk.
Bermuda Biological Station for Research Inc.
Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Dauphin Island, AL 36528 USA
Marine Science Dept.
University of South Alabama
--- Alan E Strong <Alan.E.Strong at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Hello Bermuda....our Bleaching Indices Page:
> shows Bermuda has reached critical SST levels during the
> past weekend
> and bleaching is expected from excessive thermal
> appreciated. With the solar zenith lowering each day
> these conditions
> should ease soon.
> **** <>< ******* <>< ******* <>< ******* <>< *******
> Alan E. Strong
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> Phys Scientist/Oceanographer
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