TR : [Coral-List] coral restoration using electrical currents
Dr Catherine Jadot
c.jadot at sas-projects.com
Wed Mar 23 05:33:39 EST 2005
If you want more information about this system you can contact Dr Peter
Van Treeck (van_treeck at uni-essen.de) or Dr Paster
(markus.paster at uni-essen.de) from the University of Essen (Germany).
They are working with this technique and have several high quality
You can also visit their web site:
De : coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
[mailto:coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov] De la part de Jim Hendee
Envoyé : mardi 22 mars 2005 22:53
À : coral-list
Objet : [Coral-List] coral restoration using electrical currents
Here's another forwarded one for Margaret, who apparently has a Systems
Administrator who likes to forward messages through Ketama, Morocco.
I've been saving these up for a rainy day, so please don't ask me to
forward messages for you if you are in any kind of hurry. Also, please
do not respond to me. Thank you.
coral restoration using electrical currents
Margaret Pizer < >
Tue, 22 Mar 2005 11:26:38 -0800
coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
I'm researching a story for a conservation magazine and would like
expert opinions about the reef restoration methods described in the
following news article:
"Jolts of electricity revive damaged coral reef"
Is this method proven? Are there any peer-reviewed articles out or in
the works about it? Is it practical and cost effective? Have similar
things been tried before? Any other comments would be welcome and can be
sent to me either on- or off-list.
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