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Island-hopping Coral Larvae in Hawaii

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Mini version of the USGS poster Island-hopping Coral Larvae in Hawaii

 

USGS Coral Reef Studies

Current Projects:
- Pacific Coral Reef Geology and Oceanography

Application of GPS Drifters to Track Hawaiian Coral Spawning
- USGS Open-File Report 2004-1309

Coastal Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Along West Maui, Hawaii
Part III--Flow and Particulate Dynamics During the 2003 Summer Coral Spawning Season
- USGS Open-File Report 2004-1287

Coastal Circulation and Sediment Dynamics along West Maui, Hawaii
PART II--2003 Hydrographic Survey Cruises A-3-03-HW and A-4-03-HW Report on the spatial structure of currents, temperature, salinity and turbidity along Western Maui
- USGS Open-File Report 03-430

Coastal Circulation and Sediment Dynamics along West Maui, Hawaii
PART I: Long-term Measurements of Currents, Temperature, Salinity and Turbidity off Kahana, West Maui: 2001-2003
- USGS Open-File Report 03-482

U.S. Coral Reefs--Imperiled National Treasures
- USGS Fact Sheet 025-02

Marine Geology equipment used to collect data

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