How to avoid classic mistakes when installing spiders, reef stars…
Reef stars are a fantastic reef restoration tool, but they need to be used properly
What is coral restoration monitoring?
Monitoring is an important component of Reef Restoration and Reef Management activity. It’s an important skill set that our student need to master.
North-east parts of Indonesia going through a mild bleaching event
Unusual warm and wet weather got corals to mildly bleach in the coral triangle
The ‘Shitty’ Truth about Human Poop and Corals!
Humans are the plague. One of the biggest arguments a few years back regarding coral reef protection and MPA creation is their economic value. Protecting corals will provide economic benefits to local economies both in terms of fish stock foundation, but also in terms of increased dive tourism. Eco-Tourism, blue economy, all these terms hide […]
Drupella snail are a slow coral reef eating pest!
Part of our constant coraling and coral reef maintenance routine, is to remove Drupella snails from the reef. Drupella snails are causing a lot of damage on shallow coral reefs all over Indonesia. Regrettably, there is not a single place we travel to in Indonesia where we don’t find them. Indeed, on most of the […]
Amed Nursery is pumping and restoration is well started!
Our Amed project has been working really well for the last few month. The nursery installed in June 2019, started producing fragments that were transplanted on the reef, for the last 5 months already. We now have 9 racks, in the nursery. 4 of them are already producing frags, from 6 different species: Acropora yongei […]