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Great Barrier Reef fish populations 'restored to pre-European settlers levels' - Telegraph - marine sanctuary program effective

Great Barrier Reef fish populations 'restored to pre-European settlers levels' - Telegraph - marine sanctuary program effective

A state-of-the-art instrument, usually found on satellites and spacecraft, will survey coral reefs on Earth.

A state-of-the-art instrument, usually found on satellites and spacecraft, will survey coral reefs on Earth.

Newly released documentary on a research project conducted at Norfolk and Baltimore Canyons. Until recently, little was know about the numerous deepwater canyons off the East Coast. They are home to surprising ecosystems that operate in complete darkness including profuse communities of deepwater corals. According to senior team scientist, Stephen Viada,”the whole crux of the project is to locate, to describe and ultimately, to protect these biological communities."

Newly released documentary on a research project conducted at Norfolk and Baltimore Canyons. Until recently, little was know about the numerous deepwater canyons off the East Coast. They are home to surprising ecosystems that operate in complete darkness including profuse communities of deepwater corals. According to senior team scientist, Stephen Viada,”the whole crux of the project is to locate, to describe and ultimately, to protect these biological communities."

Yurok tribe has used income from the CA carbon credit system to buy back and restore portions of their ancestral land. Blue Creek is a tributary to the Klamath River and a major salmon-spawning ground in Yurok Territory. Restoring the forest along the creek helps protect that spawning area as well as the Klamath itself, which is integral to the Yurok culture. Photo © Kevin Arnold

Yurok tribe has used income from the CA carbon credit system to buy back and restore portions of their ancestral land. Blue Creek is a tributary to the Klamath River and a major salmon-spawning ground in Yurok Territory. Restoring the forest along the creek helps protect that spawning area as well as the Klamath itself, which is integral to the Yurok culture. Photo © Kevin Arnold

NOAA seeks applications for $9 million in community-based habitat restoration :: NOAA Fisheries

NOAA seeks applications for $9 million in community-based habitat restoration :: NOAA Fisheries

Seeding reefs with seaweed in Hawaii. Some interesting details like the seaweed being most fertile in winter and growing better if the water is agitated

Seeding reefs with seaweed in Hawaii. Some interesting details like the seaweed being most fertile in winter and growing better if the water is agitated

Why Restoring Wetlands Is More Critical Than Ever -  environment 360 http://e360.yale.edu/feature/why_restoring_wetlands_is_more_critical_than_ever/2789/

Why Restoring Wetlands Is More Critical Than Ever - environment 360 http://e360.yale.edu/feature/why_restoring_wetlands_is_more_critical_than_ever/2789/

A synthetic material that mimic the structure of coral could help remove toxic heavy metals from the ocean (Credit: Shutterstock)

A synthetic material that mimic the structure of coral could help remove toxic heavy metals from the ocean (Credit: Shutterstock)

The Great Barrier Reef’s no good, very bad year will test how fast it can adapt | Grist

The Great Barrier Reef’s no good, very bad year will test how fast it can adapt | Grist

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