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Coral Restoration Nursery

We’re learning about the science and application of coral restoration. Researchers, at the DAR Ānuenue Fisheries Research Center and Coral Restoration Nursery, collect corals from construction sites, shipwrecks, and other opportunistic situations for study and research. Corals are brought to the facility, where they are rapidly grown—using a series of newly-developed techniques to help quickly generate large coral modules, which can be out-planted back on the reef. University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant researchers are also conducting experiments at the Ānuenue facility to further understanding of the environmental conditions, like light and water movement, that are most useful for quickly growing corals for restoring our local reefs after bleaching and other catastrophic events.

Watch the trailer for Season 7, Episode 2 on Vimeo or on Youtube.

Full Episode

This episode is also available with English subtitles on Vimeo and Youtube.

Maitau lenei mea i le Samoa ile Vimeo poʻo le YouTube.

Watch the episode archived from our YouTube Watch Party Premiere with recorded researcher comments from our live-chat on Thursday March 5th, 2020.

We hosted a special Zoominar on August 27th, 2020, as part of the Hanauma Bay Education Program lecture series. After viewing the episode, attendees talked with featured experts.

Experts in this talk-story include Claire Lewis, Dr. Peter Marko, Dr. Dave Gulko, Norton Chan, and Christina Jayne.

Watch  the talk-story portion of the Zoominar below. You can also watch this talk-story session on YouTube.

Hanauma Bay Lecture Series Talk-Story Zoominar

Curriculum Connections:
Additional Resources:

Select a season of Voice of the Sea

Contact information:
Kanesa Seraphin, Ph.D.

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