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Safe Underwater Navigation for Coral Reef Conservation, Madison Bland, GS (C1B8DA91)

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse and economically valuable ecosystems on the planet. They provide a critical habitat for marine life and serve as a foundation for many…

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Loving Coral Reefs to Death in Hawaii, Bing Lin, GS (2263815)

Coral reefs are both icons of biodiversity and global tourist attractions. By combining web-scraped public Instagram data and aerially mapped live coral cover maps across the main Hawaiian Islands,…

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FROM BARE TO BRILLIANT: The migration of fish species to a newly deployed artificial coral reef in Delray Beach, FL, Grace K. Barbara, UG '22 (3967320)

Coral reefs make up some of the greatest biodiversity per unit area in the world, but many living reefs are threatened due to anthropogenic factors relating to climate change. Artificial coral reefs…

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A New Approach to Coral Reef Management: the Integrative Medicine Framework, Minal Patel, UG '25, (3964747)

Coral reef ecosystems are home to more than 25% of aquatic life and are relied upon by the human population whose dependence on coral reefs has grown in recent decades for food, our coastlines, and…

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A Tale of Modern Computers and the Ancient Seafloor, Indu Panigrahi, UG '23 (3926464)

When teaching a student, you sometimes have to come up with more than one way of explaining the same concept. The same ideas apply when teaching a machine how to interpret images. We have images from…

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Automating three-dimensional modeling of an Archaeocyathid reef using a Mask R-CNN

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Earth's first reefs and the beginnings of animal life, Ryan Manzuk, GS (2306039)

Just over 500 million years ago, many of the animal forms recognized today suddenly appear in the geologic record. This rapid evolutionary event often is referred to as the Cambrian Explosion, and…

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