Author name: Jenny Mallon

Bleached corals on our reef survey dives

Coral bleaching in the Florida Key’s heat wave This week I wrapped up fieldwork with the US Geological Society for our collaborative Protect Our Reefs’ research projects aiming to quantify carbonate accretion and calcification on the Florida Reef Tract. Using the Reef Budget methodology we were measuring benthic cover and fish / invertebrate abundance to calculate carbonate …

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Coral Conservation Society at Reef Futures 2022

Coral Conservation Society at Reef Futures 2022 Attending Reef Futures 2022 was a unique experience; not only as the first in-person meeting after the pandemic, but also due to one the strongest hurricanes of recent years hitting Florida and causing travel chaos and devastation. The talks and conversations about the coastal protection value of coral …

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Community engagement in reef restoration

Reef Futures 2018: Community engagement in reef restoration As a student volunteer at the first Reef Futures conference, in Key Largo 2018, I presented a poster, Community engagement supports the scientific integrity of reef restoration.  Powered By EmbedPress Thank you to the University of Glasgow School of Geography, SAGES, Coral Conservation Society, and the Coral Restoration …

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