[Coral-List] Coral spawning

Phanor Montoya phmontoya at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 27 13:26:17 EST 2004

   Dear Listers,

   I  am  looking for coral spwaning research methods. Also, I would like
   to  have  the  form for coral spawning dates that was in the list last
   year.   If  some  one  could  give  such  information  I  will  really
   apprecieate it.

   Kind regards,

   Phanor Montoya Maya 

   Biologo Marino - Instructor de Buceo

   Celular 3155608765

   [1]phmontoya at hotmail.com

   >From:        coral-list-request at coral.aoml.noaa.gov        >Reply-To:
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   Data    on    reef   restoration   costs   (Spurgeon,   James)   >   >
   -  >  >Message:  1  >Date:  Fri,  27  Feb  2004  13:55:09 -0000 >From:
   "Spurgeon,  James"  >Subject:  [Coral-List]  Data  on reef restoration
   costs       >To:      coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov      >Message-ID:
   <2A443ED9616E5B4281BB13BEC5C0BBD33E59AE at reaw2k01>       >Content-Type:
   text/plain;  charset=iso-8859-1  > >Dear listers, > >Following on from
   Gregor's email, I'm in the process of writing an updated >paper on the
   economics  of coral restoration for Bill Precht's forthcoming >book on
   coral   restoration.   >  >If  anyone  has  any  recent  published  or
   unpublished  examples of coral >restoration activities with basic data
   on  relevant  resource  use  implications  >(e.g.  type  and volume of
   resources  used,  costs,  person  hours,  equipment >needed etc), then
   please get in touch. Restoration activities could include >the options
   Gregor mentioned, plus any alternatives. It would be great to >include
   a  broad  range of costed alternative approaches in the paper. > >Many
   thanks    >James    >   >James   Spurgeon   >Executive   Environmental
   Economist/Scientist  >  >Jacobs  >Tel:  +44  (0)118 963 5346 >Fax: +44
   (0)118    926    3888    >E-mail:    james.spurgeon at jacobs.com   >Web:
   www.jacobs.com  >www.gibbltd.com  >  >  >  >-----Original Message-----
   >From:                          coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
   >[mailto:coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov]On  Behalf  Of  Gregor
   >Hodgson >Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 10:24 PM >To: Todd Barber;
   underwater  Hedgehog >Cc: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov >Subject: RE:
   [Coral-List] Artificial reef construction using mineral >accretion > >
   >Todd  has  raised an interesting point. It would be quite interesting
   to see a >cost comparison of coral cover produced over five years on a
   typical  5  km  >long by 100 m wide reef using: > >1) Natural recovery
   >2) Enhanced recruitment (larval reseeding) >3) Manual transplantation
   of  coral  fragments >4) Reef Balls etc. >5) Mineral accretion. > >The
   vast  majority  of reefs that have suffered physical damage or loss of
   >living coral cover do not lack hard substratum. In fact, hard sea bed
   is  >usually  abundant. Artificial reefs, when combined with MPAs, are
   useful  >tools  to add hard substrata and to add habitat, particularly
   on  soft  seabed >far from coral reefs. With rare exceptions such as a
   ship  grounding  in front >of a resort or in a small MPA, is it a wise
   use of limited funding for reef >conservation to invest in contructing
   artificial  substrata?  > >A coral restoration system implies that the
   ecosystem  will be returned to >its original state before disturbance.
   Which of the methods listed above can >do this? > >Gregor Hodgson, PhD
   >Executive  Director,  Reef  Check >Professor (visiting) >Institute of
   the   Environment   >1362  Hershey  Hall  Box  951496  >University  of
   California   at   Los   Angeles  >Los  Angeles,  CA  90095-1496  >Tel:
   310-794-4985 Fax: 310-825-0758 >www.ReefCheck.org > > > >-----Original
   Message-----       >From:       coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
   >[mailto:coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov]On   Behalf   Of  Todd
   Barber  >Sent:  Thursday,  February  26,  2004 7:12 AM >To: underwater
   Hedgehog    >Cc:    coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov    >Subject:    Re:
   [Coral-List] Artificial reef construction using mineral >accretion > >
   >There  are more practical(and cost effective) ways to accomplish your
   >goals....for example, see
   for  the  >most  advanced  coral  restoration  system  in the world. >
   >Thanks,  > >Todd R. Barber >Chairman, Reef Ball Foundation >CEO, Reef
   Ball  Development  Group,  Ltd.  >reefball at reefball.com  >  >6916 22nd
   Street      West      >Bradenton,      FL      34207     >941-752-0169
   >www.artificialreefs.org      >www.reefball.org      >www.reefball.com
   >reefball at reefball.com   >   >Alternate   Numbers  >941-720-7549  Cell
   >941-752-1033  Fax  >Larry Beggs 941-650-2519 (Mold Issues) >Reef Ball
   Foundation  770-752-0202  >  >  >-----  Original  Message ----- >From:
   "underwater  Hedgehog" >To: >Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 9:32 AM
   >Subject:  [Coral-List]  Artificial  reef  construction  using mineral
   accretion  > > > > I am interested in the use of mineral accretion for
   >  > creating fast growing artificial reefs for: > > > > 1. As a means
   of  redirecting  tourist  activities  from  >  > damaged reef areas to
   artificial structures. > > 2. To restore damaged reef habitats. > > 3.
   To  protect  fragile  coastal  habitats  such as > > mangroves and sea
   grass  beds. > > > > I am asking if anyone has looked at the structure
   of > > coral skeletons grown on artificial reefs using > > electricity
   to  accrete  minerals  thereby  cementing  >  >  coral colonies to the
   substrate. > > > > Any information will be appreciated. > > > > Please
   send  to:  > > hgoudge at yahoo.co.uk > > > > Thanks > > Harry Goudge > >
   School  of  Ocean  Sciences  > > University of Wales Bangor > > United
   Kingdom > > > >
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