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Coral Reef Ecology
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A 12 page overview of reef ecology. Emphasizes the complex interrelationships which exists among the organisms which make up the fragile ecosystems. Discusses symbiosis (both commensal and mutualistic), predation and the factors which are adversely affecting these tremendously diverse and valuable reef ecosystems. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPreef.wps

Coral Reef Ecosystems & The Florida Keys
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5 pages in length. A technical look at coral reefs and ecosystems in the Florida Keys. Food chains, biomass, and various other pertinent issues are touched upon. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Coral Reefs & The Florida Keys
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4 pages in length. A brief, but comprehensive discussion of Coral Reefs and the ecological problems they face in the Florida Keys. Human factors are considered and some insight into the future is provided. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Coralree.wps

Coral Reefs As Ecosystems
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10 pages in length. Hundreds of millions of years of oceanic history teeters on the verge of permanent extinction. Because of the detrimental effects of pollution, overfishing, tourism and drastic environmental changes, the world's coral reefs are fighting for their very existence. That coral reefs are an ecosystem all unto themselves, their rapid decline does not only influence their survival, but also that of myriad other species as well. Significant efforts are being made as a means by which to salvage what is left and perhaps repair what has already been damaged. The writer discusses ecosystems as they relate to coral reefs. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCcoral.doc

Coral Reefs: Survival Link To Other Underwater Life Forms
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5 pages in length. Inasmuch as coral reefs represent a complex community of organisms and their environment functioning as an ecological unit in nature, it is not surprising to find that the numerous life systems that coral reefs support include a variety of plants and animals, in that the reef protectively harbors them as a means by which to thwart predators, as well as to provide for the reef itself. For some, the reefs are a place of safekeeping; for others, however, the reefs represent an overly abundant meal ticket. The writer discusses the importance of coral reefs upon other underwater life forms. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCcreef.doc

Florida's Coral Reefs: The Role of the Sugar Industry and Wetland Treatment
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A 6 page discussion of the importance of Florida's coral reefs and the factors adversely impacting them. Identifies the sugar industry as the primary culprit in this decline and recommends the use of man made wetlands to treat their agricultural effluent. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Ecology of Coral Reefs
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This 10 page paper assesses specific problems related to maintaining the stability of the coral reefs and focuses on the science, rather than the political issues, that define changes in the reef and possible problems with sustaining reef viability. This paper presents solid, substantiated data regarding the symbiotic relationships of the reef, the introduction of problematic bacteria and other microscopic organisms, and the necessity for addressing biotic changes in order to maintain the coral reefs. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: MHcoralr.wps

The Great Barrier Reef / Physical Issues & Human Influence
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An 8 page research paper on the Great Barrier Reef located off the northeastern coast of Queensland, Australia. For the most part, the writer discusses the formation of barrier reefs (in general), and the size, scope, and inhabitants of the Great Barrier Reef in particular. Human impacts, tourism, nutrients, algae, pollution, sediments, and various other elements of the reef's environment are discussed as well. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Reefgrea.wps


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