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First Symposium on the Coral Reef Ecology of the Bahamas

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Journal of Coastal Research
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  • Ecology

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Case Histories of Corps Breakwater and Jetty Structures, by F.E. Sargent and R.R. Bottin, 1989. Technical Report REMR-CO-3 #9. Side-Scan Sonar Applications for Evaluat- ing Coastal Structures, by J.E. Clausner and J. Pope, 1988. Technical Report CERC- 88-16. Case Histories of Corps Breakwater and Jetty Structures, by E. R. Smith, 1988. Technical Report REMR-CO-3 #5. Case Histories of Corps Breakwater and Jetty Structures, by D. L. Ward, 1988. Tech- nical Report REMR-CO-3 #6. Maps and Charts Received from the New Zea- land Oceanograph i c Insti tu te, Division of Marine and Freshwater Science, Wellington. 879 Lake A viemore, by J. Irwin and W. deL. Main, 1987. Scale 1:10 ODD. Lake Waitaki, by J. Irwin and W. DeL. Main, 1987. Scale 1:6 000. Lakes Waihola:Waipori, by W. DeL. Main and J. Irwin, 1987. Scale 1:6 000 : 1:10 500. Pelorus Sound, by J. Irwin and W. DeL Main, 1987. Scale 1:30 000. Miscellaneous Series No. 64. Nuggets, by S.L.M. Hughes, 1987. Scale 1:200 000. Coastal Chart Series. Three Kings Shelf, by J.V. Eade, 1988. Scale 1:50 000. Miscellaneous Series No. 66. Campbell, by J.S. Mitchell, 1988. Scale 1:200 000. Coastal Chart Series. The Hague, The Netherlands, Cip-Gegevens Koninklijke Bib- liothek, 213p. No price. ISBN 90-6266-070-3. REPORTS OF MEETINGS First Symposium on the Coral Reef Ecology of the Bahamas The symposium on the Coral Reef Ecology of the Bahamas was held June 12 through 17, 1988, at the Bahamian Field Station on San Salvador Island, Bahamas. The Organizer of the symposium was Dr. Donald T. Gerace, Exec- utive Director of the Bahamaian Field Station. Program Chairman was Dr. Philip Dustan, Associate Professor of Biology at the College of Charleston, Charleston, se. The symposium was attended by both academic researchers con- cerned with coral reef ecology and conservation minded Bahamian dive shop owners. Among the types of papers presented, most stressed the importance of monitoring reef vitality and the lack of standard techniques to do s

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