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This course was designed by the Reef Resilience Network to provide coral reef managers and practitioners with best practice guidance for common coral reef restoration techniques. Lessons incorporate new science, case studies, and management practices described in the Reef Resilience Toolkit.
This is our largest participatory coral reef monitoring expedition, an intense educational experience in citizen science to support the actions taken by the locals to protect and restore coral reefs. The warm, calm and colorful waters of San Andrés are the right environment to become a citizen scientist. If you are already a Reef Check EcoDiver, the San Andrés Reef Check is your opportunity to put into practice your knowledge and skills for monitoring coral health.
Our very first and largest Reef Check expedition so far, and first coral reefs surveyed by our Reef Check EcoDivers. It is still an intense educational experience in citizen science to increase the number of qualified people to collect information on the condition of Colombia´s coral reefs. The diversity of habitats in the Santa Marta, Taganga, and the Tayrona National Park areas is a great opportunity to become a coral reef citizen scientist.