"Jack" Randall, an American ichthyologist and a leading authority on coral reef fishes met with Reef Life team in Hawaii recently. Randall has described over 600 species and has authored 11 books and over 670 scientific papers and popular articles. He has spent most of his career working in Hawaii.
Guyon Brenna, photo left in Hawaii reef assessment with Nature Conservancy. Melody Brenna and Dr. Mark Hixon. According to Professor Hixon, Hsiao Endowed Chair in Marine Biology of the Department of Biology at UH Manoa, saving big old fish sustains fisheries and large female fish are essential for replenishing stocks.
Guyon K Brenna Reef Substrate Design Reef Assessment Hawaii and Dr. Mark Hixon, "Jack" Randall, Ichthyologist, and Reef Life Melody Brenna in discussions regarding fish habitats created using the coral matrices cast within designs by Guyon Brenna.