Artificial Reef Theory & Techniques For Reef Managers

As coral reefs across the globe continue to experience startling declines, the calls to protect, preserve, and restore these habitats have never been more critical. The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has stated that global coral coverage has declined 50% since the 1950s, with some regions experiencing even more startling rates of decline. […]

Coral Restoration Theory for Instructors & Reef Managers

Recent studies have found that about 50% of the world’s coral reefs have already been lost, and the other 50% are highly threatened. The long-running philosophy of “protection is always preferred over restoration” is a luxury that no longer applies to most regions. More and more, restoration is necessary to preserve the biodiversity and functionality […]