[Coral-List] Educational Video Explaining Coral Basics

Booth, Charles E. (Biology) booth at easternct.edu
Mon Dec 7 13:41:36 EST 2015

Forgot to mention these:

This is excellent, if you are able to view it (I don’t know if it is open

			Observing the Coral Symbiome Using Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy

Also, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Biointeractive web site (open
access) has a couple of short videos on corals and reefs from its
Biodiversity in the Age of Humans lecture
(http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/biodiversity-age-humans) - they are
quite good, though not really basic coral biology:

Steve Palumbi & Megan Morikawa Study Coral Reef Damage in American Samoa


Ocean Species Respond to Climate Change



On 12/7/15, 1:17 PM, "Booth, Charles E. (Biology)" <booth at easternct.edu>

>There was an old (1983) episode of Nova (produced by the Boston Public
>Television station, WGBH) called Cities of Coral.  Watching it now it
>appears dated, but it isn¹t bad- some segments have excellent photography
>and good scientific information (e.g. Spawning coral polyps), others are
>more Œgee whiz¹ type fluff.    It is on Youtube:
>Chuck Booth
>Dr. Charles E. Booth
>Dept. of Biology
>Eastern Connecticut State University
>Willimantic, CT  06226
>Ph:  860-465-5260 (office)
>FAX: 860-465-5213
>Email: booth at easternct.edu
>>Message: 1
>>Date: Fri, 4 Dec 2015 12:12:57 -0500
>>From: Jeremy Raynor <jmraynor at eckerd.edu>
>>Subject: [Coral-List] Educational Video Explaining Coral Basics, Know
>>	of Any?
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>>Hello all,
>>I stumbled across this video which I think has a good mix of science and
>>intrigue and therefore has a broad application base for education /
>>outreach initiatives as related to coral reef conservation.
>>I was hoping to start a thread here where others could post videos that
>>they find particularly helpful for education / outreach.
>>Best Regards,

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