Scaling-up Efforts to Rehabilitate Threatened Coral Communities Using Recruits Reared from Wild-caught Gametes


Brief Description:
Developing a tile that can be seeded with coral recruits and quickly and cheaply reintroduced to degraded reefs. The tile designs will be tested in a field setting with various coral species and under different environmental conditions. This is a long-term rearing of this critically endangered coral species,and shows that early outplanting of sexually reared coral settlers can be more cost-effective than the traditional approach of nursery rearing for restoration efforts aimed at rehabilitating coral populations.This a BEST 2 initiative project.

Desarrollar una loseta que se pueda sembrar con reclutas de coral y reintroducir rápida y económicamente en arrecifes degradados. Los diseños de los azulejos se probarán en un entorno de campo con varias especies de coral y en diferentes condiciones ambientales. Esta es una cría a largo plazo de esta especie de coral en peligro crítico de extinción, y muestra que la plantación temprana de colonos de coral criados sexualmente puede ser más rentable que el enfoque tradicional de crianza en viveros para los esfuerzos de restauración destinados a rehabilitar las poblaciones de coral. proyecto de la iniciativa BEST 2.
Lead Organization : CARMABI Foundation
Donor: European Commission Directorate General for International Cooperation (DG-DEVCO)
Project ID: 244161
Geographic Scope: National
Project Status: Completed
   Last Update: 11/01/2021

Start Date: 2017-01-01
End Date: 2018-01-06
Project Profile Manager: Valérie Chamberland
Contact Email: chamberland.f.valerie@gmail.com
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Partners: SECORE Foundation, Aquatic Microbiology, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Curaçao Sea Aquarium
Grant (USD): $100,983.00
Total co-financing (USD): $0.00
(Co) financing not originating from GEF:
Participating Country(s):
 Curaçao
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