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Our goal is worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration
Our goal is worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration

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Another spectacular spawning night in Guam, with a beautiful video of spawning in the lab http://ow.ly/zqgBf
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Icebreaker, lectures, and coral culture setup (including a very nice video!) - WS GUAM 2014 http://ow.ly/zcFMT
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Together with The University of Guam Marine Lab and Underwater World Guam, we would like to invite you to a series of public lectures during our coral spawning field workshop in Guam. The lectures and tours behind the scenes will give you the opportunity to get a glimpse of what we are doing first hand and witness coral spawning in the laboratory. http://bit.ly/publiclecturesguam
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Organizing the lab and counting coral babies - WS GUAM 2014 http://ow.ly/z78zU
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Jack Hannah visited SECORE in Curacao - The Hannahs came to tell SECORE's story in Jack's famous U.S. TV show 'Into The Wild'. The show is regularly seen by millions of viewers and the SECORE episode will be broadcasted in spring 2014.
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Last day of work, time to say goodbye - WS Curacao 2013

Sooner than expected, it arrived: our last workshop day in Curacao. We spent the morning changing the water of the kreisels and checking the welfare of the larvae. They do great, and we will start settlement soon. We also placed the first parts of the four mid water nurseries at reef area behind the Sea Aquarium.
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Collecting brooders, no spawn - WS Curacao 2013

We went out for a morning dive at the Sea Aquarium reef to collect brooder specimens. At night, we made the first spawning dive, unfortunately no spawning was observed. Hopefully tonight luck is on our side!
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