EVR1001 Broward College artificial reefs in Florida discussion

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Running head: ARTIFICIAL REEFS

Artificial Reefs
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ARTIFICIAL REEFS

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Artificial Reefs

An artificial reef is a human-made structure that mimics the characteristics seen in
natural-reefs. Artificial reefs are usually built to promote marine life, prevent erosion, to block
the trawling nets and to improve surfing. The most common forms of the artificial reef are the
submerged shipwrecks. Structures such as bridges, lighthouses, and oil and gas platforms usually
function as artificial reefs. Managers in marines frequently create artificial reefs in the
underwater areas to enhance the habitats for the reef animals, such as fishes, stony corals and
invertebrates.
Pros and Cons of Artificial Reefs
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