First-ever coral reef world map in high-resolution is ready

With coral reefs on the decline globally, monitoring their health has never been more important. Image: Unsplash/Hiroko Yoshii

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch


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Dr. Alexandra Ordonez Alvarez collects georeferenced data for coral reef map in Far Northern Great Barrier Reef on Ashmore Bank. Image: Chris Roelfsema

The world's first satellite-based global coral reef monitoring system, shown here with New Caledonia bleaching data for the May 10, 2021 biweekly period. Image: Allen Coral Atlas
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