[Coral-List] Coral Reef Bleaching Products Online Survey

Mark Eakin Mark.Eakin at noaa.gov
Thu Jun 7 07:26:09 EDT 2007

posting for Mark McCaffrey:

Coral reef bleaching events can have an impact not only on the  
immediate reef ecosystem, but on the fisheries, communities, industry  
and trade that directly or indirectly depend on the health of the reefs.

There are currently a variety of products available to the coral reef  
community to help alert resource managers and others to possible  
bleaching events.  In order to improve the effectiveness of these  
products and develop new forecasts for potential coral reef  
bleaching, we have developed an online survey to learn more about  
your needs and interests as they relate to coral reef information in  
general and bleaching events in particular.

Even if you don't currently use these products or find them relevant  
to your work or interests, we'd very much appreciate your input.

The survey should take between five and ten minutes and your input  
would be very much appreciated, so please take a few moments now to  
complete the survey:

Feel free to send this survey to your friends and colleagues around  
the world who might also contribute to this effort.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Mark S. McCaffrey
Mark S. McCaffrey
Science Communications
CIRES Education  & Outreach
University of Colorado- Boulder
Campus Box 449
Boulder, CO 80309

"The river is within us, the sea is all about us..."
T.S. Eliot

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