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  Issue Date: 5 / 2018  
 

Coral Reefs are in Crisis, but Scientists are Finding Effective Ways to Restore Them



Deron Burkepile and Mark C. Ladd
 

Healthy coral reefs are diverse, complex ecosystems. NOAA Click image to enlarge.


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Deron Burkepile is an Associate Professor of Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara. Mark C. Ladd is a PhD Candidate studying the ecology of coral restoration, University of California, Santa Barbara.
 
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