General Support

We are asked quite a bit how anyone can support CRR in its move to save the coral reef thats to be destroyed with the creation of the new iron ore port of Anketell. Up till now we have turned down offers of help but for those who maybe carnt turn up to help with ...

Willing To Dive and help

For the latter part of 2017 CRR will use its current dive team to save the Anketell coral using the small spare operational coral quota till the state government is frankly shamed into approving the large scale moving and saving of the coral. But in 2018 we will be looking for people with some spare ...

New Coral Study Approved

The Government has approved a new coral study that we will be supporting with cash and using our boats to support a lot of the offshore work. The study titled, Coral resilience and the optimal management of biodiverity, will spend three years studingĀ  Western Australian corals. Coral Reef Rescue will supply operational vessels in our ...

More Coral Work

During December we hosted another group of researchers extending the work they did with us last year and going over the work they did last year. This involved more sampling, genetics, size and frequency studies on coral in the North West area of Australia. Early results are more interesting than we thought and in due ...

Contact

We always welcome contact and interest in our ongoing funding and involvement in marine activities. You can contact us at wayne@coralreefrescue.org Also dont forget that the full content of each post is by clicking that title on the right side of the page Wayne and the team at CRR.

ARC Linkage Project

CRR will be partnering with Curtin university and DR Zoe Richards on a three year study on coral resilience and optimal management of coral diversity. CRR will over a period of 3 year provide cash and in kind support of over 200,000 dollars to this project. The results will have implications for all marine industries ...

More Coral Studies

CRR will during the latter part of this month be doing more work with the crew at JCU on the current Australia wide coral study and we have also agreed to cash support, and supply boats to another coral study project coming up next year which we will supply details to you once things are ...

Loop Closed

The team at Geraldton TAFE have been successful in going through a full loop in the breeding of Ribbon Sea Dragons. The current generation of dragons have eggs and this has been the first ive personally heard of it being achieved in Australia. Coral Reef Rescue supplied the original newly hatched dragons to Geraldton TAFE ...

Coral Reef Study

Coral Reef Rescue is also a partner with a study group from James Cook University currently studying a range of corals around Australia. This work involves work on coral growth, DNA, range and reproduction. Coral Reef Rescue provides a range of services and support to the scientists involved as well as on site personnel. Once ...

Other Work

Other Work
Following on from the last post here is two other species Coral Reef Rescue will be involved in the onshore cultivation of. West Australian Mandarin fish and an unnamed species of seahorse only found by us in one location.