[Coral-List] wanted, Dry Tortugas Acropora photos, dead or alive...

Doug Weaver Doug.Weaver at noaa.gov
Fri Mar 19 10:04:57 EST 2004

Dear Coral Listers-

I have been working on the Little Africa staghorn patch reef since 
1991, and have been told that it once had near complete A. cervicornis 
cover.  I have photographs from the 1993-1995 time period before the 
living colonies were completely destroyed by disease.  Does anyone out 
there have photographs they would be willing to share of the reef in 
its glory days?

Also, I am interested in any aerial photographs of the reef areas 
surrounding Garden Key and Loggerhead Key, particularly those that 
show Little Africa or other historical staghorn/fused staghorn patch 
reefs.  Thanks much.  Doug W.

Doug Weaver
Research Biologist/GIS Specialist
Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary NOS/NOAA
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Bryan, TX 77802

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