About This Project
Can community monitoring help reefs provide food for coastal communities after cyclone and bleaching impacts?
C2O coasts, climate, oceans
Coral reefs support marine animals, including fish & shellfish that Pacific communities use for food. We are working with communities to collect data on reef condition, fish populations and fish catches. The data will help us understand reef changes from recent cyclone, predation and bleaching damage, and develop local monitoring tools that can inform local actions to improve reef health and promote sustainable fishing so reefs continue to provide food for communities.
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