A million reasons to visit the world’s coral reefs

21 Jan 2020
The SVII camera system piloted by Christophe Bailhache in Raja Ampat. © Underwater Earth / XL Catlin Seaview Survey / Aaron Spence

More than one million high-resolution images from 860 of the world’s coral reefs have been made available to scientists by The University of Queensland and ocean conservation non-profit, Underwater Earth.

Project leader UQ’s Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg said the research and images were integral to better protecting the world’s reefs.

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