The Delicate Balance of Nature Lecture Series is back for it's 32nd year, both in-person and on Zoom.
Zoom registration: Advance Registration is required for Zoom attendance at the lectures. You will be sent the link prior to the event.
Member reserved seating: Members receive reserved seating for the in-person lectures! If you are a member, be sure to log-in to your account to register for your free reserved seating.
Everyone is invited to join the Friends! Purchase a membership and receive many benefits including access to Coral Cam and previous recordings of lectures.
February 22nd: Mote Marine Lab (MML)’s team of dozens of local scientists and staff have used their own research and collaborations to master the mass production of coral in accessible land nurseries, as well as ocean-based field nurseries dotted across the Florida Keys. Sarah Hamlyn, a Senior Biologist for MML, oversees Mote’s Coral Restoration operations in the Upper Keys. She will give a snapshot of Mote science-based restoration and how they have “planted” over 185,00 genetically diverse corals to Florida’s Reef Tract, including those that are now reproducing naturally.
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