Adopt a Reef question

Gregor Hodgson gregorh at
Sun Aug 20 01:42:09 EDT 2000

Reef Check has an international and US "Adopt a Reef" program. The
details are
found at:

We would welcome any contributions toward this effort.


Jim Hendee wrote:

> Greetings,
>         I thought coral-listers might be able to offer assistance to Greg
> Johnson and his class concerning the note he left on our CHAMP Web Page
> comment form (see below).  Please respond directly to Greg.
>         Cheers,
>         Jim
> 01_FirstName: Greg
> 02_LastName: Johnson
> 03_Email: buntforhit at
> 04_Reason: EnjoyPage
> 05_Rating: Excellent
> 06_Informative: Excellent
> 07_Comments: I am a 7th grade history teacher in Blue Springs, Missouri,
> just east of Kansas City. This year, our school building theme is Sea Quest.
> Therefore, our school will be conducting activities throughout the year
> based on the sea and aquatic life. I was curious to know if there are ways
> my students could adopt a portion of a coral reef, or we might aid in the
> effort to preserve them. Any information you could provide would be
> extremely helpful.
> Thanks so much!
> Sincerely,
> Greg Johnson

Gregor Hodgson, PhD
Director, Reef Check Foundation
Visiting Professor, Institute of the Environment
University of California at Los Angeles
1652 Hershey Hall 149607
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1496 USA
Office Tel: 310-206-9193 Direct 310-794-4985
Fax: 310-825-9663
Email: gregorh at or gregorh at

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