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Coral Reef Reproduction and Restoration: The SECORE Project

Coral Reef Reproduction and Restoration: The SECORE Project

Paul Selvaggio

The Aquarium is a participant in the SECORE (SExual COral REproduction) Coral Reef Reproduction and Restoration Project that is taking place in Guam.

SECORE is a global network of scientists, public aquarium professionals, and local stakeholders using a multidisciplinary strategy combining research, education and outreach, and active reef restoration for the conservation of coral reefs. It is a non-profit organization whose work is actively supported by several other Association of Zoos and Aquarium (AZA) facilities including the Columbus Zoo, Florida Aquarium, Omaha Zoo, California Academy of Sciences/Steinhart Aquarium, and others.