Monthly Archives: May 2017

Damage report of the Megapier 2 construction site

Here one can find a description of the damage caused by construction activities for the second megapier in April 2017. This report (17Mb, so maybe a slow download) is freely available and aims to provide all parties involved with an accurate description of the current situation. The report is voluntarily and independently compiled by Carmabi. The report found that in a relatively large area due aforementioned activities, many coral colonies and colonies of other marine organisms such as gorgonians and sponges [...]

New handbook for coral reef managers: Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: a handbook for Caribbean reef managers

New handbook for coral reef managers: Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: a handbook for Caribbean reef managers The FORCE project (click here for details) has produced a handbook that aims to provide reef managers with tools, information and recommendations on management of coral reef ecosystems. The handbook sections range from ecological history and biogeography, resilience as well as climate change issues to fisheries, governance and the monitoring of coral reef ecosystems.Within each section are practical stand-alone ‘briefs’. These briefs [...]