Artificial Reef Theory & Techniques

Coral reefs are facing unprecedented declines worldwide, with a 50% reduction in global coverage since the 1950s. This crisis has amplified the urgency for effective, proactive conservation strategies. Artificial reefs have emerged as a pivotal tool in active reef restoration efforts, providing critical ecosystem services and supporting coral recruitment when designed and managed correctly. This […]

Coral Restoration Basics & Theory

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 […]

Sea Turtle Hatchery & Head-Starting Programs

The plight of the sea turtle is in need of active measures in order to restore local populations and bring many species back from the brink of extinction. Such dire circumstances have forced conservationist to look at ways to intervene in the life cycle and reproduction processes of sea turtles in order to help. On […]