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Social-Ecological Marine Restoration: A New Vision of Benefits for Nature – And People

Posted by The Nature Conservancy in Ocean Views on August 21, 2014. By Dr. Michael Beck, lead marine scientist, The Nature Conservancy Location Post: The Gulf of Aqaba. Red Sea reef restoration projects. Last month, I dove on some amazing reef restoration projects that have helped to transform the Gulf of Aqaba. From reducing […]

June 3, 2014
Key Largo Elementary Discover Coral Reefs School Program

Another great trip and lesson with Key Largo Elementary as part of the Discover Coral Reefs School Program.  

February 19, 2014
New study reveals timeline of future coral reef decline, highlights urgent need for action

Contact: Jeff Burgett, PICCC Science Coordinator 808-687-6149 Email: [email protected] Honolulu, Hawai’i.                    Coral reefs are home to more than 25% of all known marine fish species.  Photo: Glassy sweepers, Polynesia.  Credit: Thomas Vignaud. Honolulu, Hawai’i.  February 18, 2014 – An international team of coral reef scientists has […]

April 5, 2013
Artefacts offer Pacific shark species absence clues

3 April 2013. By Mark Kinver Environment reporter, BBC News Nineteenth Century tools made from sharks' teeth suggest that two species of shark used to populate the Central Pacific but are no longer present. Using artefacts from museums, a team of US researchers found that spot-tail and dusky sharks used to inhabit the reefs surrounding […]

December 1, 2011
December 2011 Reeef Relief News: Happy Holiday Season from your friends at Reef Relief!!‏

Share This: Dear Reef Relief Supporter, We want to take this time to thank you for your concern for our coral reef ecosystem. This year has been a very challenging and exciting year for Reef Relief and our coral reefs.  Once again, our staff, volunteers and the Reef Relief High School Club have accomplished so […]