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USGS Researcher Shares Coral-Reef Expertise with National Park Service

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On February 23, Robert Halley of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) St. Petersburg Science Center in St. Petersburg, FL, was invited to present his talk "Causes of Coral-Reef Ecosystem Decline: Hurricanes, Land-Based Pollutants, and Climate Change" to the staff of Biscayne National Park in Miami, FL. Park Superintendent Linda Canzanelli had heard Bob's talk (geared to a broad audience, not just scientists) at the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force meeting in Miami earlier this year and requested that he make a presentation to her staff. The presentation was open to the public and videotaped by the National Park Service. Approximately 40 people attended.

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