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Coral Reefs in Honduras: Status after Hurricane Mitch
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Coral Reefs in Honduras: Status after Hurricane Mitch
produced February, 2002

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"Coral Reefs in Honduras: Status after Hurricane Mitch" is an eight minute mini-documentary featuring geologist Bob Halley describing the USGS response in the wake of Hurricane Mitch to assess the impact of the storm on Caribbean coral reefs off Honduras. Narrated by geologist Terry Edgar.



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Related Links:

Coral Reefs in Honduras: Status after Hurricane Mitch
USGS Open File Report

United States Agency for International Development [USAID]
US Federal Government


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