[Coral-List] Re: A healthy Reef in the Florida Keys?

Christopher Hawkins chwkins at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 16 11:17:01 EST 2006

  A good question.  I know that TNC folks, as part of the Florida Reef Resiliency Program (which has state, Sanctuary, NOAA and university partners), is working on this as we speak.  I am fairly sure they haven't inked anything concrete yet, though.

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  Christopher Hawkins, PhD student
  Human Dimensions of Resource Management
  Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Program
  Department of Natural Resources Conservation
  314 Holdsworth Hall
  University of Massachusetts
  Amherst, MA 01003
  Hawkins at forwild.umass.edu
  Dear Listers,
 With all this work, talk, and conferencing on 
coral reef resiliency 
underway, I was wondering if anyone can identify 
a healthy reef (as 
measured by some suite of measurable parameters) 
in the Florida Keys or 
Dry Tortugas that we could use as a "standard, or 
baseline reef".


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