Posts under category: GOOS


It’s all about the data

The democratisation of coral reef monitoring data is one key to their survival. This article in the latest issue of ECO Magazine highlights the WIO GCRMN coral reef network’s efforts to share and report on coral data, as an essential part of motivating action to save coral reefs.  This led […]


South Kenya upwelling

Coastal upwelling is common along the Tanzanian and Kenyan shelves during the North-East monsoon. It is caused by an intensification of the wind and leads to the cool and nutrient-rich waters being brought to the surface followed by enhanced primary production and widespread phytoplankton blooms. This year, it appears that […]


Coral reefs, SDGs and the post-2020 biodiversity framework

In November 2019 the Convention on Biological Diversity ran marine consultations for the new ‘Global Biodiversity Framework’ for 2021-2030, under the umbrella of its Vision for 2050, “living in harmony with nature”. CORDIO is contributing to this ‘post-2020‘ process with two primary inputs based on the experience of coral reefs […]


GCRMN-GOOS Webinar

See the webinar given on 7 March by David Obura on strengthening global coral reef monitoring and reporting to meet global conservation and development needs. This was given as part of the GOOS webinar series.