See the information below on quarterly restoration focused webinars and the Coral Restoration Consortium managed discussion group on the Network Forum where managers and experts are connecting to discuss and further restoration efforts.
This live stream of the Coral Reef Ecosystem Restoration Workshop at the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force meeting features two panels highlighting research and restoration of sponge and coral communities and herbivore populations to promote the health and vitality of reef ecosystems.
Hear experts from the Global Coral Restoration Project provide an overview of coral restoration efforts around the world and discuss current obstacles and potential solutions. This seminar kicks off an in-person workshop designed to foster exchange between practitioners working in the fields of coral science, restoration, aquaculture and marine resource management.
Hear Dr. Iliana Baums from Penn State University present an overview of current genetics research, highlighting various methods of genetic analysis and providing guidance on when it is appropriate to use each method and how it can help support restoration work.
This webinar and discussion highlights coral spawning research and larval propagation techniques being used in the Caribbean. The recording includes presentations from researchers, Kristen Marhaver, Valerie Chamberland and Nicole Fogarty, on the benefits, successes and challenges of coral spawning work followed by a Q&A and discussion session.
This workshop was held November 15-17, 2016. The goal of this workshop is to foster collaboration and technology transfer among coral restoration scientists, practitioners, and managers, and initiate a community of practice that continues to address the evolving role of active coral restoration in the evolutionary history of coral reef ecosystems.
To further explore the seminar presentations and learn about coral restoration from the experts join the conversation on the online discussion Forum. Go to ‘Groups’ to find the Coral Restoration Consortium Group. Not yet a member? Join here.