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Testing a multi-tiered stress-gradient model for risk assessment using sediment constituents from coral reef environments

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Magoon O TRobbins L LEwing LMagoon O TRobbins L LEwing L

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Abstract

Coral reefs are threatened worldwide by stresses ranging from local to global in extent. One of the major challenges in studies of reef decline is understanding how to distinguish between changes resulting from natural, anthropogenic, local, and global environmental perturbations. As such, a conceptual risk-assessment model is developed that includes tiers for natural stresses, global/regional stresses, and local anthropogenic stresses.

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Publication type:
Conference Paper
Publication Subtype:
Conference Paper
Title:
Testing a multi-tiered stress-gradient model for risk assessment using sediment constituents from coral reef environments
ISBN:
0784406405
Year Published:
2000
Language:
English
Larger Work Title:
Carbonate Beaches 2000
First page:
202
Last page:
203
Number of Pages:
2
Conference Title:
Carbonate Beaches 2000
Conference Location:
Key Largo, FL
Conference Date:
5 December 2000 through 8 December 2000