|CoralWatch: education, monitoring, and sustainability through citizen science|Marshall, N.J.; Kleine, D.A.; Dean, A.J. (2012). CoralWatch: education, monitoring, and sustainability through citizen science. Front. Ecol. Environ. 10(6): 332-334
In: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Ecological Society of America (ESA): Washington, DC. ISSN 1540-9295, more
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- Marshall, N.J.
- Kleine, D.A.
- Dean, A.J.
CoralWatch, launched in 2002, is a citizen-science program that seeks to integrate education and global reef monitoring by examining coral bleaching and uses a monitoring network to educate the public about reef biology, climate change, and environmental stewardship. The organization's development from research and monitoring to education and ecotourism has presented a number of challenges.