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- Submerged reefs save New Jersey beaches. // Government Product News;Jan95, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p74
No abstract available.
- Huntington Beach reef additions. // Salt Water Sportsman;Oct94, Vol. 55 Issue 10, Pacific Edition pF
Reports on the addition of concrete rubble to the existing artificial reef in Huntington Beach, California by volunteers of the United Anglers of California.
- Artificial reef innovations. // Salt Water Sportsman;Dec94, Vol. 55 Issue 12, p29
Features the Reef Balls artificial reefs. Features; Price; Contact information.
- Alabama reefs materials on hold. Brownlee, John // Salt Water Sportsman;Apr96, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p40
Reports on a temporary moratorium in Alabama against using white wear appliances like refrigerators and washing machines as artificial barrier reefs. Popularity of using mini reefs.
- Building a better bottom. Phillips, John E. // Salt Water Sportsman;Apr96, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p80
Discusses the advantages of artificial reef building off the coast of Alabama. Background on a plane wreck off Alabama's coast in the 1950s; Replenishment of red snapper population; Materials; Prime spot for reef.
- Alabama builds new inshore reef. Phillips, John E. // Salt Water Sportsman;Feb97, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p50
Details the artificial inshore reef construction project in Alabama. Development of a reef system that benefitted recreational fishermen and the commercial oyster industry; Method in which the developers prevented the phenomenon known as `jubilee'; Other problems encountered during the...
- Cleveland weighs reef from rubble. Coulter, Ron // Waste News;01/06/97, Vol. 2 Issue 33, p2
Reports on plans to make portions of the demolished Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Ohio into an artificial reef. Variety of fish to be found in the reef; Skeptical observers criticism of the reef; Estimated cost for the reef; Proposed depth for the reef; Steps to be taken to gain approval for...
- Scrapyard reef a home to coral. Pearce, Fred // New Scientist;9/14/96, Vol. 151 Issue 2047, p22
Reports that a novel technology developed by Thomas Goreau and Wolf Hilbertz, which turn scrap metal into thriving coral reefs by electrolysis was granted a United States patent. Accumulation of calcium and magnesium minerals which form a base on which coral will grow; Experiment conducted in...
- South Carolina May Get New Artificial Reefs. // Salt Water Sportsman;Apr2004, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p56
Deals with the effort of officials in South Carolina to get permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to build artificial reefs at several sites along the South Carolina coast.
- Oil rigs as artificial reefs. // Futurist;May/Jun95, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p53
Reports on the growing number of artificial reefs in the United States. Role of Exxon Corp. in the growth of artificial-reef programs; Benefits of reefs to sea life; Growth of artificial reef projects in various states including Louisiana.