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What is a Reef Ball?
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Coral Degradation


Unique Hole Sizing & Placement

Natural reefs are variable in size, shape and hole density. Artificial reefs function better when they mimic nature. The balls which create holes are inflated to different pressures to vary hole sizes. Interconnected holes are possible by inflating the balls until they touch. Additional casting techniques are taught by our trainers so users can customize to fit any need.

What's a Reef Ball?
Why Build Reefs?
What's involved?
Floating Deployment
Unique Hole Sizing
Surface Textures
Stability
Marine Friendly Concrete

Table of Contents | What's a Reef Ball? | Grant Program | Corporate Sponsorships | In The News
Gallery | Educational Resources | Marine Reserves | Why Reefs Die | Buy a Model

RBDG Need more information? Contact us:
Reef Ball Foundation
890 Hill Street
Athens, GA 30606 USA


kkirbo@hotmail.com
Phone: 770-752-0202
Fax: 770-360-1328

 


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