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04 Sand Key buoy 11 transect subjects
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01 August 19, 1993
First survey dive at buoy 11 beautiful conditions.
02 December 30, 1993
Subtle brown spots and yellowing around areas of lost coral are observed on one Montastrea faveolata colony.
03 June 3, 1994
The giant pillar coral is one of the primary survey subjects at Buoy 11.
04 September 3, 1994
Tissue loss, tissue discoloration and algae growth threaten the pillar coral.
05 December 1994
Tissue discoloration and algal overgrowth break out in the middle of the pillar coral during a sustained period of poor visibility.
06 January 1995
The three main survey subjects/ Mountainous Star Coral/ Pillar Coarl and giant brain coral.
07 March 1995
The Mountainous Star coral appears to be healthy except for tissue yellowing surrounding the areas where the coral is not alive.
08 June 3, 1996
The circular white mark on the Pillar Coral is the harbinger of White Plague Type ll.
09 July 30, 1996
White Plague Type ll has spread across this reef. The white area on this coral illustrates two weeks of rapid coral loss.
10 February 2 1997
A very short reef survey.
11 March 27, 1997
There is widespread coral loss in the vicinity of the buoy 11 survey.
12 July 15 1997
Coral disease and infection appear to be at epidemic proportions, especially Black Band disease.
13 September 7, 2000
This dive actually covers three transects SKB10T, SKB11T and SKpillarbrain and gives a good idea about how stressed out this reef is.
14 June 15, 2001
Snail grazing, aspergillus and tissue discoloration set the stage for this dive.
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