Part Reef Doctors, Part Bricklayers, Researchers at NOAA’s Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Patch Together a Coral Reef [Feature]

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A recently published study of coral restoration in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary illustrates how a patch reef -- an isolated, comparatively small coral outcrop located in shallow waters -- can survive and even thrive nearly a decade after being hit by the hull of a boat.

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