[Coral-List] Favorite Reef URLs
jhocevar at dialb.greenpeace.org
Sat Sep 15 13:53:50 EDT 2007
Hi Barbie and Coral Listers,
I hope you'll excuse the self-promotion, but those of you with a passion for
deep water corals might find this site of interest:
We just finished the first manned submersible exploration of two of the
world's largest underwater canyons, up in the Bering Sea. We used Deep
Worker submersibles and a Sea Eye 1000 ROV to conduct video transects of
Zhemchug and Pribilof Canyons, and found about twelve species of coral.
Photos, blogs, and more (video coming soon) are all on the website, which
will be updated regularly as we sift through the mountains of data.
All the Best,
Senior Oceans Specialist
Office: 512 454-6140
Cel: 512 577-3868
The sea does not belong to despots.
- Jules Verne
----- Original Message -----
> Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 20:45:49 -0400
> From: Barbie Bischof <bbischof at rsmas.miami.edu>
> Subject: [Coral-List] Favorite Reef URLs
> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
> Hi coral listers,
> I'm writing an article on reefs on the web and would love your input
> on favorite URLs that feature reef education, reef science, reef
> monitoring, reef creature ID, ancient reefs, reef maps, or any such
> websites that would be of interest to a community of academics
> interested in environmental issues.
> This article is for the journal Environment. I've found quite a few
> websites myself, but there's a lot out there -- some not so good --
> so send me your favorites or those that are fairly new and may not
> have made it to the first 50 pages of a search engine. I'm not
> intersted in advertisements or products.
> Email your favorite sites to me at bbischof at fsu.edu
> Looking forward to your input.
> --Barbie Bischof
> Florida State University
> Dept. of Geography
> 113 Collegiate Loop
> Bellamy 323
> Tallahassee, FL 32306
> bbischof at fsu.edu
> bgb06 at fsu.edu
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