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Recent Blog Post

Big Island's Mesophotic Fish

Published 2017-05-03

Photo: NOAA PIFSC In the waters off Hawaii Island, Hawaii (Big Island) marine researchers have documented fish communities in under-explored mesophotic reefs. These reef communities provide essential habitat for fish and invertebrates and may play an important role in preserving biodiversity. The depth at which these reefs exist (beyond the photic zone) may offer a “refuge” from disturbance and stress as compared to shallower reef environments. However, this depth poses a challenge for marine researchers in collecting and observing the biological communities. Until the development of... (more)