Suitability of mineral accretion as a rehabilitation method for cold-water coral reefs
by Lauren Cabot | Aug 14, 2010
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Susanna M. Strömberg a, Tomas Lundälv b, Thomas J. Goreau c, August, 2010
An example of images taken at the start (left) and at the end (right) of the experiment. Measurements were performed in the free software ImageJ (version 1.42a). This particular coral piece was reared in the lowest applied current density (LI: 2.0V, ≤0.06 A m-2). A new bud has developed from a small protrusion into a long calice, and the upper left calice (numbered 4, 5) has grown noticeable.