Status of Caribbean coral reefs after bleaching and hurricanes in 2005

@inproceedings{Wilkinson2008StatusOC,
  title={Status of Caribbean coral reefs after bleaching and hurricanes in 2005},
  author={Clive Wilkinson and David Souter},
  year={2008}
}
ii Dedication: This book is dedicated to the many people who have worked on coral reefs to understand them and ensure that they exist for future generations. One of these deserves special mention; Len Muscatine retired from UCLA to his vineyard but did not have enough time to enjoy the fruit of his vines. We miss him. The book is also recognises the International Coral Reef Initiative and partners, and particularly those people in the USA, operating through the US Coral Reef Task Force, the US… CONTINUE READING

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