Survey teams this week completed an assessment of the condition of the Keys reef tract, from Biscayne Bay to Key West.
"It's very much like what's observable on land," said Sarah Fangman, superintendent of the 2,900-square-nautical-mile Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. "In some places, the impacts are pretty dramatic and visible and in other places they are much less. So we're finding the same is true underwater."
Even in the same location, the hurricane's impacts differ.