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$5 Million Grant for Florida Keys Reef Restoration

Mission Iconic Reefs

A $5 million grant will fund an unprecedented ecosystem-scale reef restoration at Eastern Dry Rocks, one of seven iconic reefs located in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary as part of Mission: Iconic Reefs. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and NOAA awarded the grant to the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation through the National Coastal Resilience Fund. The foundation in partnership with Mote Marine

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Restored Florida Corals Ready for Wild

Mote's Dr. Hanna Koch observes outplanted mountainous star coral at a reef in the Florida Keys.

For the first time, massive corals restored to Florida’s Coral Reef are ready to become parents in the wild—a breakthrough in Mote Marine Laboratory’s scientific efforts to restore critically imperiled coral reefs, the “rainforests of the sea,” to self-sustaining life. This month, Mote’s coral reproduction scientist, Dr. Hanna Koch, identified gametes (eggs and sperm) inside colonies of two threatened, yet

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Submersible Particle-Size Analyzers for USACE

USACE coral study

Sequoia Scientific Inc. has delivered five LISST-200X submersible particle-size analyzer systems to the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) in Vicksburg, Mississippi.  Each system comprises Sequoia’s flagship LISST-200X laserdiffraction particle size analysis instrument and accessories designed for both lab and in-field applications of the instrument.     USACE will initially use the advanced LISST-200X technology within their sensitive

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