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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 10 percent of the world’s coral reef population has already been damaged, and a much higher percentage is threatened. Exploring the Environment’s new coral reefs module takes a comprehensive look at this real danger to Earth’s biodiversity and why it should concern us. Check out the Modules and Activities section for this look at coral reefs along with many other real-life environmental issues.


Attention, teachers, we need your help! We would like you and your students to provide feedback on ways to improve the Exploring the Environment web site. Your evaluation will be based on the teaching approaches you already use for Exploring the Environment. To find out more, e-mail researchcf@cet.edu.
 

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New Module: Coral Reefs
 
 


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