In this episode we discuss Coral Reef Monitoring. From the first marine biologists tracking the health of the reef, all the way to new satellites being launched by NASA, we hope you'll agree that there have been lots of incredible developments, and that we're in a better position than ever to know what's happening to the world's coral reefs.
If you're interested in learning more, these are a few great places to get started.
Origins of NOAA's Coral Reef Watch Program: https://celebrating200years.noaa.gov/magazine/coral_tech/#conclusion
Frontiers | Coral Reef Monitoring, Reef Assessment Technologies, and Ecosystem-Based Management | Marine Science (frontiersin.org)
Frontiers | Perspectives on the Use of Coral Reef Restoration as a Strategy to Support and Improve Reef Ecosystem Services | Marine Science (frontiersin.org)
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REEF Roundup Instagram Marine Conservation Podcast (@reefroundup)
REEF Roundup Website (reef-roundup.com)
REEF Scuba Website (reef-scuba.org)