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View Resource Reef Relief

This website includes a thorough overview of coral reefs around the globe, including the threats facing them, current protection projects, and action you can take to help save reefs. The "International Projects" and "The Coral Reef Ecosystem" sections are full of fantastic photographs and other information. Educational materials may be purchased and include DVDs and teacher's guides. Many...

View Resource Great Barrier Reef Aquarium

Web page of the world's largest living coral reef aquarium, provides information for visitors, exhibit information, schedules, and volunteer, sponsorship, and internship opportunities. Also features online activities and a virtual tour. The GBRA features the world's largest open-air coral reef aquarium. Reef HQ is the Reef Education Center for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Located...

View Resource Coral Reef Conservation: A Reef of Your Own

This web-based lesson focuses on the physiological, ecological, and behavioral strategies that contribute to the success of reef-building corals. Students will learn to describe and explain the importance of asexual and sexual reproductive strategies to reef-building corals, why it is important that the corals have a nutritional strategy that includes both photosynthesis and carnivory, two...

View Resource Seacamp

This website describes a non-profit, marine science education facility located near coral reefs in the Florida Keys. Seacamp offers marine education and summer camp experiences for students 12-17 years old. The marine science education covers general marine topics, geology, marine communities, invertebrates, and aquarium set up. Advanced studies include science research training and individual...

View Resource Surviving the Tsunami

In this radio broadcast, a researcher describes his investigations into the damage sustained by coral reef communities that were swept by the tsunami that devastated Indian Ocean coastlines in December 2004. He describes the damage as surprisingly light, as long as the coral was strongly anchored, and points out that long-term destruction of coral by human activities is far more severe than...

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