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worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration

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How we restore coral reefs

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  • SECORE Infographic

A picture paints a thousand words: This infographic illustrates SECORE’s approach to restore coral reefs around the globe on a meaningful scale. We develop and implement a repertory of innovative methods and technologies while taking advantage of the corals' own reproduction to promote genetic diversity. This approach may add to the toolbox of successful large-scale coral reef conservation and restoration.

The infographic may freely be used for any educational purpose, but may not be used for commercial purposes. The content of the infographic may not be altered or used in parts, nor may any parts be extracted without the permission of SECORE International.

If you are interested in using the infographic for purposes other than education or have additional questions, you may contact our communications department: Carin Jantzen, (c.jantzen@secore.org) and Sina Löschke, (s.loeschke@secore.org)

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Meet our supporters

SECORE's lead partners are:

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
California Academy of Science
The Nature Conservancy

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