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Coral Reefs
Coral Reefs Skip Navigation [Situation] [Spheres] [Coral Reefs] [Remote Sensing] [Biodiversity] [Climate Change] [Teacher Pages] [Exploring the Environment] [Modules & Activities] HTML code ... Jesuit University/NASA-supported Classroom of the Future. All rights reserved. Exploring the Environment®, Coral Reefs was developed under a cooperative agreement with NASA. Some images © 2004 www.clipart.com ...
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Coral Reefs
A coral reef is a large rock-like calcium carbonate skeleton secreted by colonies of coral. Coral reefs are very important to the ocean ecosystem. Many plants and animals rely on coral reefs for shelter. They also find their food there. Algae, sponges, clams, and many species of fish are among the organisms that live on coral reefs. Coral reefs are home ...
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Eco-Pros Coral Communities
Coral Communities Eco-Pros Environmental Education on the Web CORAL COMMUNITIES Coral Communities Endangered Reefs Artificial Reefs Reef Resources Coral reefs are among the ocean's most complex and biologically diverse marine ... why you find coral reefs in shallow, warm tropical seas. After a very long period of time (thousands of years), these tiny coral animals can build massive reefs, and ...
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US Coral Reefs - Imperiled National Treasures
Today, richly diverse coral reefs are found in the tropics along coastlines, on the margins of volcanic islands, and as isolated coral atolls. Why are coral reefs in peril? Coral reefs can be damaged by natural processes, such as storms, but they are increasingly at risk from human activities. Coral reef health ...
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CHAMP - What are Coral Reefs? - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
How fast do coral reefs grow? Or Select Another FAQ Topic: What Are Coral Reefs? Coral Reef Biology Coral Reefs & Governments Coral Reefs & Private Organizations Coral Reefs, Schools, & Higher Learning Coral Reef Research Coral Reefs & Commerce Coral Reefs & the Internet What is a coral? Coral ...
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CHAMP - Coral Reefs and Governments - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
Coral Reefs? Coral Reef Biology Coral Reefs & Governments Coral Reefs & Private Organizations Coral Reefs, Schools, & Higher Learning Coral Reef Research Coral Reefs & Commerce Coral Reefs & the Internet What is the U.S. Government doing about Coral Reefs? The United States, primarily through the U.S. Coral ...
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Coral Reefs of Hawai'i
Coral Reefs of Hawai'i Before you begin you may wish to explore the Ecology of Coral Reefs in Hawai'i Last update: 1/25/2005
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Coral reefs of Hawai'i
Hawaii. Coral Reefs 1:71-81. Dollar, S. J. and G. W. Tribble. 1993. Recurrent storm disturbance and recovery: a long-term study of coral communities in Hawaii. Coral Reefs ... on coral reefs. Pp. 59-65 In: Proceedings of the Colloquium on global aspects of coral reefs: health, hazards, and history. University of Miami, FL. 420 pp. Richmond, R. H. 1993. Coral reefs: present ...
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Coral reefs: a growing concern
Coral reefs: a growing concern The Global Coral Reef Alliance [ GCRA ] [ OVERVIEW ] [ FAQ ] [ NEWS ] [ ARTICLES ] [ PHOTOS ] [ REEF ISSUES ] [ RESTORATION ] [ PAPERS ] [ LINKS ] Coral reefs ... coral To understand why mineral accretion works -- and why it's vital to coral survival -- it's important to understand what coral is, and why it is threatened. Coral reefs are created by tiny organisms -- coral ...
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Ancient Coral Reefs
Ancient Coral Reefs Ancient Coral Reefs Corals appeared about 475 million years ago as a result of the association of jellyfish- ... in warm water about a metre below the level of low tide. Overturned and broken coral colonies indicate the repeated passage of storms. The equator then passed through Canada in a ...
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