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Florida Reef Resilience Program Disturbance response monitoring quick look report summary
  • Published Date:
    2017
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Nature Conservancy (U.S.) ; Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.) ; United States, National Ocean Service,
  • Description:
    Disturbance Response Monitoring quick look report, summer 2013 -- Disturbance response monitoring quick look report, summer 2014 -- Disturbance response monitoring quick look report, winter 2015.

    "The Florida Reef Resilience Program (FRRP) is a collaborative effort among managers, scientists, conservation organizations and reef users, to develop resilience-based management strategies for coping with climate change and other stresses on Florida's coral reefs. With projected increases in coral bleaching due to climate change, the FRRP Disturbance Response Monitoring (DRM) was developed for monitoring shallow coral reefs from the Dry Tortugas to Martin County. The DRM consists of a probabilistic sampling design and a stony coral condition monitoring protocol implemented during the annual period of peak thermal stress. Each year, survey teams from federal, state, and local government agencies, universities and non-governmental organizations cooperate to complete surveys across the south Florida Reef Tract within a six to eight week period"--Page 2.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: NOAA National Ocean Service, Coral Reef Conservation Program,; grant number: NA13NOS4820145,; project number: 198.;
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