giving coral reefs a future

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

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Workshops archiv

Tag icon Education
  • fertilization work at UNAM lab, Mexico (PaulSelvaggio)
  • coral ecology snorkel at Tumon Bay, Guam (PaulSelvaggio)
  • Mike Brittsan - lecture day, Curacao (Paul Selvaggio)
  • closing seminar at Xavier University, The Philippines (Mike McCue)
  • Mitch Carl at SECORE kreisels, Puerto Rico 2007 (Ramon Villaverde)
  • 3months elkhorn coral at Henry's Doorly Zoo
  • 1st Workshop, Rotterdam Zoo, The Netherlands
We share our knowledge in field and lab workshops. Participants are scientist, aquarists, and students, as well as local stakeholders, authorities, and organizations―generally speaking, people that do research and work in the fields of coral reproduction and breeding, husbandry, conservation, and restoration.

In our workshops we combine theoretical background lectures with hands-on practices in the lab. If possible, we train field work and teach how to observe coral spawning in the reef. Night diving during a big mass-spawning event is a highlight for everybody!


People from all around the globe have joined our workshops over the years since 2005. Some of the former participants are now actively involved in SECORE. For instance, they co-organize workshops and have started local conservation projects using SECORE techniques and they are all spreading the word.

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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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