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Information about the USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center's research from 2000-2004, on how mud damages hawaiian coral reefs.
Read articles from USGS newsletter Sound Waves:
“Tracking Coral Larvae to Understand Hawai‘i Reef Health”
“Coral Records of Sediment Input to the Fringing Reef of Moloka‘i, Hawai‘i”
“Sediment Impacts on Reef Corals in Maui, Hawai'i”
“West Maui Coastal Circulation Experiment: Understanding the Movement of Sediment, Coral Larvae, and Contaminants Along Coral Reefs”
“Examining the Chemistry of Seawater and Coral to Promote the Health of West Maui’s Coral Reefs”
“USGS and Hawai‘i Researchers Collaborate to Better Understand Changing Coral Reef Ecosystems Along West Maui, Hawai‘i”
“Quantifying Suspended Sediment in Hawaiian Waters With Digital Aerial Imaging”
“Recent Flood-Derived Sediment Collected on Moloka'i's Coral Reef”
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