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Coral reefs 
About Coral Reefs the reef itself is actually a component of a larger ecosystem, Corals themselves are tiny animals which belong to the group cnidaria, ...
A Reef Manager's Guide to Coral Bleaching
Atlas of coral reefs Living coral reefs are the foundation of marine life, and thus a crucial support for human life, yet all over the world they are dead or dying because people are destroying them—killing them—at a catastrophic rate, ...
Climate Change and the Great Barrier Reef: A Vulnerability Assessment
Coral reef threats to the coral reefs of the world, and who's working to save them, coral reefs, arrecifes amenazados, ecosystems, activism, pollution, endangered
Coral reef alliance
Coral Reef Biology A coral reef is a type of biotic reef that develops in tropical waters by the growth of coralline algae, hermatypic corals, and other marine organisms, ...
Coral Reef Bleaching Coral Reef Bleaching, Coral reef bleaching, the whitening of diverse invertebrate taxa, results from the loss of symbiotic zooxantheallae and/or a reduction in photosynthetic pigment concentrations in zooxanthellae residing within scleractinian corals, ...
Coral Reef Ecosystem Coral reefs are the most biologically diverse marine eco-systems on earth, ...
Coral Reef Ecosystem Assessment and Monitoring Database
Coral reef fish ecology coral reefs are unique ocean ecosystems in that they have extremely high productivity and diversity, yet they occur in a virtual desert of organic nutrients. Coral reefs are composed of species that are highly evolved and specialized
Coral reef images Database of free coral reef images
Coral Reef Photo Monitoring Survey Images
Coral reef video clips A resource of free coral reef video clips for educational use
Coral Reefs Coral Reefs are home to over 25 percent of all marine life and are among the world's most fragile and endangered ecosystems, ...
Coral reefs northeasten Australia the greet barrier reef is actually more than 2800 coral reefs
Coral reefs scientific classification, habitat and distribution, physical characteristics, senses, adaptations for an aquatic environment, diet and eating habits, reproduction, anatomy and physiology, coral reefs, reef ecosystem, longevity and causes of death
Coral reefs the most ancient and biologically rich of the planet’s ecosystems
Coral reefs U.S. Geological Survey's Coral Reef Studies website, unique ecosystems of plants, animals, and their associated geological framework
Coral Reefs Classified by Potential Threats
Coral reefs in Norwegian waters the Sula Reef
Coral Reefs of the U.S. Virgin Islands the coral reefs around St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix
Corals and coral reefs Corals and coral reefs
Florida's Coral Reefs
Mu Ko Surin Marine National Park Coral Reef Condition
Ningaloo Coral Reef & Marine Park
ReefBase: a global data base reefbase is an online information system on coral reefs, and was designed to provide relevant data and information to reef managers and scientists, as well as the general public
Reef relief coral reef conservation science, a watchdog for the reefs
The state of the great barrier reef
Tropical oceans & coral reefs a reef is a coral community consisting of several thousand organisms living together. Although it looks like a dormant underwater bush, the reef is very much alive. Reefs grow very slowly over time. In fact, an inch of coral reef takes nearly 100 years to grow

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