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Through Plant a Million Corals, Dr. David Vaughan has developed a way to place small-scale coral nurseries in neighboring Caribbean countries.

Those nurseries – modeled after the one he helped establish at the Boy Scouts of America Florida National High Adventure Sea Base on Summerland Key – can eventually produce 10,000 corals a year through microfragmentation.


Vaughan, who puts in some hands-on time at Sea Base, sees the legacy the Scout program can create.

“Could you imagine talking to a Scout 25 years from now and saying, “We’re going to take you to the 2020 planting and see what your father planted?’”

“Active Coral Restoration: Techniques for a Changing Planet” is a guidebook edited by Dr. David Vaughan that was released through J. Ross Publishing in April. The book is a product of 72 scientists and contributing authors.

More details about the Mote Marine Laboratory’s Elizabeth Moore International Center for Coral Reef Research and Restoration, Scout STEM work with Mission Iconic Reefs at source link


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