A book launch to share knowledge, connect people who care about the reef and what they can do to help.
“This inspired volume is a practical guide to today’s coral restoration practitioner and provides the most current techniques for restoring coral reefs around the world. It is a must read for anyone interested in the exciting field of active coral restoration. Amazingly, it demonstrates that coral reefs need not be lost and that there is always hope for the future”
Active Coral Restoration: Techniques for a Changing Planet is a timely, comprehensive volume that provides a foundational understanding of the current and emerging practices and technologies used for active coral reef restoration projects around the world. Edited by David E. Vaughan, this work contains contributed chapters written by some of the foremost authorities on coral reef restoration. It is a must have for all practitioners of coral reef restoration, including research scientists, resource managers, aquarists, volunteers, students of marine science, and policy makers.
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ATSIP Building 145, Ground Floor Seminar Room, 1 James Cook Dr, James Cook University
BYO lunch- This is a plastic free, sustainable, carbon neutral event
Limited hard copies of books available for sale. Discount book vouchers available for first 50 people.