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Coral Reef Conservation Program Content

 
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FDOU Projects 18 & 20B - Development of Management Alternatives for the Southeast Florida Region According to Stakeholder Working Panels Publication
Fertilizer and Pesticide Brochure Publication
Final monitoring report of disease-ravaged pillar coral Publication
Fisheries Resource Status and Management Alternatives for the Southeast Florida Region Publication
Fishing, Diving and Other Uses Focus Area General Content
Florida Coral Reef Tract Disease Overview Publication
Florida Keys Coral Disease Strike Team: FY 19-20 Final Report Publication
Florida Keys Coral Disease Strike Teams: FY 2018/2019 Final Report Publication
Florida Reef Tract Coral Disease Coordination Call #13 Publication
Florida Reef Tract Coral Disease Coordination Call #14 Publication
Florida Reef Tract Nutrient Water Quality Assessment Literature Review Publication
Florida's Coral Reef Webinar Series General Content
FWC Sentinel Site Report June 2018 Publication
FWC-FWRI Sentinel Site Report 2018 Publication
FWRI Investigation of Coral Disease Affecting Scleractinians Publication
FY 2018 in-situ disease intervention Publication
Grant application for SCTLD investigation Publication
Grant: Disease investigation: in search of a cause for the widespread coral mortality event in Florida Publication
Grecian Rocks Disease Outbreak 7/16/2016 Publication
Identification and evaluation of local, state, and federal rules to improve compliance and enforcement of regulations designed to protect coral reef resources and minimize reef impacts Publication
In Situ Disease Intervention (December 2018) Publication
In Situ Disease Intervention (June 2018) Publication
In-situ Disease Intervention: Final Report Publication
Intervention and fate tracking for corals affected by stony coral tissue loss disease in the northern section of Florida’s Coral Reef Publication
Intervention and fate tracking for SCTLD in the northern Florida Reef Tract (2019) Publication

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