[Coral-List] Coral Bleaching

ANDY WARD andyward40 at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 19 16:10:22 EDT 2004


   Thank  you  for  replying  so quickly, I was planning to use satellite
   data  to  look  at the sea surface temperatures as I think that is the
   only  possible way of looking at that data with my the time available.
   I  would  ideally  like to collect some data first hand as I thats the
   type  of  geography that I enjoy doing, but to do this I think I would
   have  to have a specific area to look at. This is my dilemma as I have
   no  contacts  in  this  area of the world, and I would also hope to be
   able  to  look  at  an area where there was previous data that I could
   look at and compare to. In an ideal world I guess it would be great to
   join  a  current research group that were looking at the damage caused
   by  the  recent 2002 El Nino event. As you can an understand I am in a
   stuck  and  without know if I can take this project further can not do
   any further research.

   >From: "Mark Eakin" <Mark.Eakin at noaa.gov>
   >To: "ANDY WARD" <andyward40 at hotmail.com>
   >Subject: Re: [Coral-List] Coral Bleaching
   >Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 11:33:46 -0600
   >What kind of data are you looking for, and from where? Do you want
   >in  situ, or will satellite data suffice.
   >On Apr 19, 2004, at 9:09 AM, ANDY WARD wrote:
   >>    I  am  an undergraduate student and i am about to start a
   >>    project on the effects of El Nino on coral bleaching. Currently
   >>i  have
   >>    access  to  secondary  data  on sea surface temperature but i am
   >>    to  have  some  form  of  first  hand  data  sets.  The  is a
   >>big  time
   >>    constraint  as  i  will have only this summer to collect any
   >>data.  Has
   >>    anybody  got  any  ideas  as to what might be feasible to look
   >>at  that
   >>    would give me something interesting to look at. Thank you
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