North Carolina Native to Lead Coral Reef Alliance

Raleigh resident Heather Starck becomes Executive Director of the global nonprofit dedicated to saving the world’s coral reefs. RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – July 11, 2022 – The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL), a global nonprofit dedicated to saving the world’s coral reefs, announced this week that Raleigh resident Heather Starck has joined the organization as executive… Continue Reading →

Latest Coral Snapshot Now One Click Away in the Cloud

Reef scientists across the Pacific have worked together to create a digital tool that uses machine learning and advanced analysis to rapidly extract and share data from images of coral reefs anywhere in the world. Launched on the eve of the Our Ocean Conference in Palau, ReefCloud is a user-friendly, open-access platform poised to revolutionize… Continue Reading →

New Water Quality Data Empowers Local Residents

Hawai’i Island residents can find out what’s in the water at their favorite beaches for the first time. HILO, HAWAI‘I – January 19, 2022 – A new dataset, made public this month by Hawai’i Wai Ola, gives community members access to high quality, open-source water quality testing data dating back to June of 2020. Volunteers… Continue Reading →

Helping corals adapt to climate change.

Pioneering Study Shows that Management and Evolution Give Hope to Coral Reefs Facing the Effects of Climate Change

For Immediate Release Monday, July 1, 2019 Experts find that protecting diverse reef networks can enable rapid evolution and coral reef longevity Oakland— A new study released today in Nature Climate Change gives hope for coral reefs. The pioneering study launched by the Coral Reef Alliance is one of the first to demonstrate that management… Continue Reading →

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