Tag Archives: corals
As the first of the world’s ecosystems faces extermination at our hands, Gaia Vince looks at efforts to protect our underwater gardens worldwide. I was the neoprene queen – Jacques Cousteau had nothing on me. Suckered into a tight black … Continue reading
A world heritage listed, natural inspiration. One of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the Great Barrier Reef is blessed with the breathtaking beauty of the world’s largest coral reef. The reef contains an abundance of marine life and comprises of … Continue reading
On September 2012, a brand new coral reef ecosystem has born in front of the Akaryn Resort at Samui Island. Ten various Reef Modules, each filled with 1 ton of rocks, where installed 50 meters from the beach shoreline. About … Continue reading
The actual sunscreen that we use daily during summer time are harmful for corals, due to some chemical ingredients. It is not the biggest issue : as you know human have been impacting on reefs by other means already, such … Continue reading
In Koh Tao’s dive sites, it is possible for snorkelers and divers to see a very large variety of fish, corals, snakes and much more… Click on this link and see some pictures !
Have a look at these pictures taken by the CRC Team. They were shot recently in Koh Tao, where we designed a project of coral reef safeguarding for the local community, in 2009. This last picture is older though, but … Continue reading
Dive with us into Aleenta’s coral reef just after grafting, and see how fast it welcomes marine life !