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Master of Environmental Science and Management: Master's Group Project
(2017)

A Greater Gray: A Larval Connectivity Assessment of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary

scuba diver underwater with coral reef

Group Members: Samuel Furtner, Stephanie Gad, Isabella Marill, Adam Quian

Faculty Advisors: Steve Gaines

Client: Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Deliverables:

Final Report
Brief
Poster

Description

The central theme of our research is the interaction between threatened fish populations and a changing environment - and how Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary can adapt to these pressures, now and in the future.

Our aim is to develop alternative management strategies for Gray's Reef that ensure the longevity and productivity of ecologically significant species in the reef and beyond.  

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