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View Resource Coral Literature, Education and Outreach Program (CLEO)

The CLEO Program offers educational modules that consist of three segments: background information of the science behind the instrument, a classroom experiment, and a teacher's section. Students plot and manipulate the data, and witness events live on the internet via a Coral Cam. Links to further reference and educational materials are also available. Module topics include coral spawning, coral...

View Resource NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program (CHAMP)

Provides services and information for coral reef researchers and the public. Site FAQs cover technical background on coral reef biology, ecology, biodiversity, and coral diseases. Other resources: coral literature listings; classroom modules; coral cam on a Caribbean reef. Coral list serve allows discussion between researchers and others interested in coral reefs. Links to Coral Reef Early...

View Resource NOAA's Coral Reef

Portal to NOAA programs on coral reef research, management, protection. Online booklet describes corals, importance of reefs as habitat, value to humans, natural and human impacts. Site offers outreach and online educational materials, including lesson plans and list of things you can do. Search coral reef data and publications, find funding opportunities, review state of U.S. reefs, local and...

View Resource U.S. Coral Reef Taskforce

Government task force created in 1998 to research, monitor and conserve coral reefs. Site includes: background on coral reef habitats; reef ecology and environmental requirements; environmental requirements of reefs; reef functions and significance; natural and human threats to reefs. Also covered are: Task Force actions; policies and partnerships; and the National Action Plan for Coral Reef...

View Resource Coral Reef Protection: A Watershed Approach

EPA's home page on coral reef protection activities, including The International Coral Reef Initiative, and The Coral Reef Symposium. A tremendous resource for educators interested in coral reef basics through advanced topics such as coral reef ecology and legislation. Site includes peer-reviewed journal articles, factsheets, maps, and video. The Links section is packed with extensive coral reef...

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