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Some Comments about the Changes on the Reef Jiang Bo After Typhoon "Damrey"
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Volume 6, 2018
Issue 2 (June)
Pages: 31-35   |   Vol. 6, No. 2, June 2018   |   Follow on         
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Yuri Latypov, National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Vladivostok, Russia,.
Bui Hong Long, Department Marine Ecology, Institute of Oceanography, Nhatrang, Vietnam.
Nikolai Selin, National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Vladivostok, Russia,.
Phan Minh Thu, Department Marine Ecology, Institute of Oceanography, Nhatrang, Vietnam.
Fringing reefs and barrier reef Jiang Bo in Bay Kai Cheung (Central Vietnam) were investigated over a quarter of a century ago and revised now. Found that most of the reefs were lost after the passage of the Typhoon "Damrey" accompanied by torrential rains and strong waves above 2 meters in October 2017 onwards. Because of these natural phenomena happened much physical destruction of coral communities. Flow of continental clastic sediments in sea water led to increased sedimentation and loss of most species of scleractinian family Acroporidae, main builder of coral reefs are currently in the Indo-Pacific region. State of the reef continues to deteriorate. Marked by frequent cases of bleaching and death of scleractinian colonies. How to recover and reborn whether reef remains only assume.
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