There is good news and bad news about our coral reefs. The bad news is: reefs around the world are in trouble. A host of factors contribute to the decline of reef ecosystems. The good news is: there is a wholehearted effort to combat reef degradation at the local level. The Coral Restoration Foundation, in Key Largo, Florida, is a pioneer in growing and transplanting coral on the reefs in the Florida Keys. CRF also has nurseries budding in many places throughout the Caribbean. In this free ebook, Tim Grollimund - a diver, underwater photographer, volunteer and columnist in Key Largo, tells you about this experience diving with CRF with his words and images. This ebook is the first of seventy-five ebooks based on his newspaper columns. Get a sample of what's to come in future ebooks from Tim. Pictures really do tell the story.
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About the Author
Tim is based in Key Largo, Florida. He wrote the scuba diving column for the local newspaper, The Reporter, for over three years, and also served as a Working Group member and Alternate Representative on the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council. His ebooks are all based on his newspaper columns. Each ebook has a collection of underwater images shot by Tim. The ebooks cover a wide range of marine life species and ocean conservation topics.