Volunteer divers working in the Coral Restoration Foundation Tavernier Nursery off of Key Largo, Florida. Photo © Coral Restoration Foundation

Volunteer divers working in the Coral Restoration Foundation Tavernier Nursery off of Key Largo, Florida. Photo © Coral Restoration Foundation

This Coral Reef Restoration Module compiles the latest scientific guidance and tools to help managers, researchers and practitioners ensure the maximum success of a coral reef restoration project and the most efficient use of limited resources.

Through a partnership with experts from the Coral Restoration Consortium (CRC) this expanded restoration module has been developed. New content covers the following topics prioritized by a survey of coral reef managers globally:

  • Key considerations to be made before starting a restoration program
  • Methods for propagating branching corals and massive corals
  • Using artificial structures in restoration
  • Promoting ecological processes that enhance coral populations
  • Guidance for enhancing and sustaining your restoration program

Click here to learn more about the CRC efforts and the restoration focused webinar series.

If you are interested in adding a section to this new module, or have comments, questions, or suggestions about Reef Resilience, visit our homepage or reach out to the Reef Resilience Team.

Last updated November 7, 2017

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