[Coral-List] International Training Workshop: MALDIVIAN CORAL REEF RESTORATION

marhe center marhe at unimib.it
Tue Jun 11 07:03:16 UTC 2019


30 Nov - 8 Dec 2018

Dear Colleagues,

the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, in partnership with Corales de
Paz, Colombia, would like to annunce the upcoming 3rd edition of the
international training workshop "*MALDIVIAN CORAL REEF RESTORATION*".

At this purpose, we organize for all those who want to join us in this
important scientific mission in its THIRD EDITION, a 9-day intensive
full-time 80 hours’ hands-on, in-water practical program. The workshop
touches on current best practices, appropriate design, logistics and
evaluation of a restoration project and the program will be divided into a
series of classroom lessons and field activities. Lessons will be held at
the MaRHE Center (www.marhe.unimib.it) Magoodhoo Island, Faafu Atoll,

All field activities will be carried out on SCUBA diving and snorkelling

Registration deadline: *1st October 2019*

*Content of the workshop*The course will consist of a series of lectures
and field activities held by international researchers with experience
working in tropical marine environments.

After this training period you will be able to:
- build mid water coral nursery
- populate coral nurseries

- maintain and monitor underwater coral nurseries

- out-plant corals onto a degraded reef site
- improve your knowledge on corals identifications
- assess and monitor sites for coral reef restoration
- understand best practices for carrying out your own coral reef
restoration project

By attending the workshop, participants will be provided with a certificate
of practices and knowledge on coral reef restoration trough an
international virtual credit named *Open Badge* released by the University
of the Milano-Bicocca. To download the full program for detail, cost and
practical information, please visit this page:

For any additional information, feel free to send an email to
marhe at unimib.it or anna.marchetti at unimib.it

Best Wishes

MaRHE Center Staff

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