Maalaea Bay’s once-vibrant reefs suffer decline at an alarming rate

October 25, 2009 at 11:34 pm Leave a comment

The best place to see vibrant coral reefs in Maalaea may be at the Maui Ocean Center. The popular aquarium displays an abundant range of marine life that no longer exists in the adjacent bay, which has experienced a total collapse of its underwater ecosystem in recent years, due largely to human impacts.

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Entry filed under: Ocean Health, Reefs, Water.

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