Mareike Huhn

Mareike Huhn

Feb 28, 2023

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    About This Project

    The timing when corals release their eggs and sperm to reproduce is an extremely complex topic. However, considering the ongoing coral reef crisis, understanding how corals time their reproduction is more important than ever before. After five years of monitoring coral spawning at the Banda Islands, an Indo-Pacific coral hotspot, and gathering crucial data but also a great amount of scattered observations, we aim at establishing tools to monitor seamlessly and cost-efficiently.

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