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SEFSC Coral Reef Program FY2008 project accomplishments report
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    Southeast Fisheries Science Center (U.S.) ; Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.) ;
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    "Fiscal year 2008 marks the eighth year since the inception of the Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP). The CRCP is administered by NOAA Headquarters and is matrixed across four NOAA line offices, including NMFS. The program operates in the Atlantic and Pacific Basins and is integrated with other federal agencies, state and local governments, territories and commonwealths. While coral reef research and monitoring at the Southeast Fisheries Science Center predates the inception of the CRCP, we have been active participants in the CRCP since it was implemented in 2001, with projects in the South Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean regions. In February 2004, SEFSC conducted an external program review of its coral reef program activities. Results of this review provided valuable comments and recommendations which have helped improve the design, performance and results of these projects. In September 2007, the CRCP conducted an external program review. The Panel Report was released in November 2007, followed by a suite of new planning documents by the CRCP, taking into consideration the recommendations of the external panel review. SEFSC has been an active participant and contributor to molding the direction of the program and is working internally with our Principle Investigators to be responsive to the changes that are being implemented as the CRCP follows through with the "roadmap for the future""--Introduction, paragraph 1.

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