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  • Title: Home | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: .. Give coral reefs a future.. worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration.. Latest news:.. PUBLIC LECTURES GUAM WORKSHOP 2013.. Home.. Our work.. Corals.. Newsroom.. About us.. Newsletter.. Contact.. Donate.. Facebook.. Youtube.. Google+.. German version.. Why SECORE?.. Coral reefs are dying.. The SECORE strategy for coral conservation.. The work of SECORE.. Help coral reefs survive.. Tropical coral reefs are the most diverse marine ecosystems on earth, giving shelter to thousands of animal species.. Many people depend on fisheries, tourism and coastal protection provided by healthy coral reefs.. Yet today, coral reefs are dying at an alarming rate all around the globe.. Read more.. We need a holistic approach to save our coral reefs.. SECORE is a global network of scientists, public aquarium professionals and local stakeholders.. We  ...   of a sustainable coral reef conservation strategy.. Through education and outreach programs we reach local communities as well as the general public.. Dedicated to giving coral reefs a future, SECORE invites you to support our work.. Save your future - protect coral reefs.. Mail to info@secore.. org or fill out the form.. Parkstraße 34.. 65189 Wiesbaden.. Germany.. c/o Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.. 9990 Riverside Drive.. Powell, Ohio 43065-0400.. USA.. Name *.. Company name.. Email *.. Telephone.. Your message *.. Code *.. Meet our supporters.. SECORE's main supporters are:.. Sign up for the newsletter.. Name.. E-mail address.. *.. Credits.. Copyright.. Disclaimer.. Javascript is not enabled in your browser.. For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript.. Here are the.. instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser..

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  • Title: SECORE
    Descriptive info: « Back.. June 30, 2013.. -.. Guam Workshop 2013.. At the Guam Workshop in July 2013, public lectures give you the opportunity to learn more about the work our partners and we do, as well as about coral spawning biology itself.. Tours behind the scenes allow you to get a read on the practical workshop part and to witness coral spawning in the laboratory.. [schedule].. The SECORE Coral Spawning and Restoration Workshop is hosted by Underwater World Guam and The University of Guam Marine Lab..

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  • Title: Our work | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: Filter:.. 2013.. Exhibition.. Project.. Workshop.. LOCATION: ALL.. ALL.. Belize.. Curacao.. Guam.. Mexico.. Project Guam.. Field Workshop Belize 2011.. Tourism and coral reefs in Curacao.. ,.. Field Workshop Curacao 2013.. Project Curacao.. Field Workshop Mexico 2013.. Field Workshop Guam 2013.. Project Mexico.. Field Workshop Curacao 2011.. Field Workshop Curacao 2012.. Workshops 2005 - 2010..

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  • Title: About corals | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: Corals and reefs.. Coral reproduction biology.. Broadcast spawners.. Brooders.. Larval settlement.. Early life stages.. Reef restoration..

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  • Title: Newsroom | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: Worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration.. Milestone.. Curacao 2011.. Curacao 2012.. May 17, 2013.. New SECORE website online!.. We proudly present the new SECORE website that has been developed during the past months.. It represents our past, current and future activities and introduces all organizations, which are working together with us to support the protection of coral reefs.. August 13, 2012.. Introducing.. CURious2Dive.. As said before, we couldn’t organize the SECORE workshops without the help of our valued funders and partners.. Last but not least, we would like to introduce CURious2Dive to you.. August 12, 2012.. Atlantis Diving.. Today, we would like to introduce  ...   had to tidy up their apartment and pack their bags, and we also needed to clean the laboratory at the Sea Aquarium.. We were just in time to see the brand new LCD monitors that the Sea Aquarium had put up next to the coral culture system.. A beautiful video – see bel.. August 10, 2012.. August 8 - Island your, kayak tour and larvae transport.. To stay for 10 days on Curacao, not being able to enjoy the beauty and the culture of the island would be a shame.. Therefore, and as a reward to our hard-working group of participants, we have organized a small island tour..

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  • Title: About us | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: The idea of SECORE (SExual COral REproduction) was born in 2002 with the innovative coral breeding research of Dr.. Dirk Petersen at the Rotterdam Zoo.. Two years later, Mike Brittsan, M.. Sc.. , of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium (USA) joined to establish SECORE in the USA.. In 2012, SECORE incorporated a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation in Europe, located in Wiesbaden, Germany.. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium as a U.. S.. nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 represents SECORE in the USA.. Today, SECORE has evolved into one of the leading coral conservation initiatives of scientists and aquarium professionals from around the world.. Board of Directors.. Dr.. Dirk Petersen President.. Mike Brittsan, M.. Vice-President.. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.. Scientific Advisory Board.. Iliana Baums.. Penn State University.. James Guest.. University of New South Wales.. /.. Nanyang Technological University.. Laurie Raymundo,.. University of Guam.. Mark Vermeij.. CARMABI Foundation.. University of Amsterdam.. Zoo and Aquarium Advisory Board.. Bart Shepherd, M.. Steinhart Aquarium.. California Academy of Sciences.. Bob Snowden.. Pittsburgh Zoo PPG Aquarium.. Mark Schick.. Shedd Aquarium.. Mitch Carl.. Omaha s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.. Honorary Board.. Suzanne Green.. The Green Foundation.. Clyde Woodburn Clyde and Connie Woodburn Foundation.. Media and Communications.. Carin Jantzen -.. SECORE Foundation.. Paul Selvaggio.. Claartje Visser.. CLAARTJEVISSER.. NL.. Main supporters.. References.. In the media.. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC News Watch - Mark Schick, the Special Exhibits Collection Manager at Shedd Aquarium shares a trip report from the 2012 SECORE coral conservation field workshop in Curacao.. Restoring Endangered Coral in the Caribbean.. NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, NEWS - NOAA Fisheries Southeast Region Protected Resources Division is working closely with partners on two fronts to ensure successful reproduction and the continued survival of these important species.. SECORE is one of their partners.. Helping Threatened Corals Thrive: A Love Story.. Scientific publications.. Polato NR, Altman NS, and Baums IB (2013) Variation in the transcriptional response of threatened coral larvae to elevated temperatures.. Molecular Ecology, 22: 1366–1382.. 2013 - Variation in the transcriptional response of threatened coral larvae to elevated temperatures.. Marhaver KL, Vermeij MJA, Rohwer F, and Sandin SA (2013) Janzen-Connell effects in a broadcast-spawning Caribbean coral: distance-dependent survival of larvae and settlers.. Ecology, 94: 146–160.. 2013 - Janzen-Connell effects in a broadcast-spawning Caribbean coral: distance-dependent survival of larvae and settlers.. Baria MVB, Dela Cruz DW, Villanueva RD, and Guest JR (2012) Spawning of Three-Year-Old Acropora Millepora Corals Reared from Larvae in Northwestern Philippines.. Bull Mar Sci 88(1):61-62.. 2012 - Spawning of Three-Year-Old Acropora Millepora Corals Reared from Larvae in Northwestern Philippines.. Hagedorn M, Carter V, Paresa K, Acker J, Baums IB, Borneman E, Brittsan M, Byers M, Henley M, Laterveer M, Leong JA, McCarthy M, Meyers S, Nelson BD, Petersen D, Tiersch T, Uribe RC, Woods E, and Wildt D (2012) Preserving and Using Germplasm and Dissociated Embryonic Cells for Conserving Caribbean and Pacific Coral.. PLOS ONE 7(3): e33354.. 2012 - Preserving and Using Germplasm and Dissociated Embryonic Cells for Conserving Caribbean and Pacific Coral.. Villanueva RD, Baria MVB, and Dela Cruz DW (2012) Growth and survivorship of juvenile corals outplanted to degraded reef areas in Bolinao-Anda Reef Complex, Philippines.. Marine Biology Research 8(9):877-884.. 2012 - Growth and survivorship of juvenile corals outplanted to degraded reef areas in Bolinao-Anda Reef Complex, Philippines.. Guest JR, Baird AH, Maynard JA, Muttaqin E, Edwards AJ, et al.. (2012) Contrasting Patterns of Coral Bleaching Susceptibility  ...   Huijbers CM, Nagelkerken I, and SimpsonSD (2010) Coral Larvae Move toward Reef Sounds.. PLoS ONE 5(5): e10660.. 2010 - Coral Larvae Move toward Reef Sounds.. Hagedorn M, Carter VL, Hollingworth L, Leong JC, Kanno R, Borneman EH, Petersen D, Laterveer M, Brittsan M, Schick M (2009) Ex Situ Culture of Caribbean and Pacific Coral Larvae comparing various Flow-through Chambers.. Proceedings of the Smithsonian Marine Science Symposium 2007 (eds.. Lang MA, Macintyre IG,Rützler K).. Smithsonian Institution Schola.. 2009 - Ex Situ Culture of Caribbean and Pacific Coral Larvae comparing various Flow-through Chambers.. Petersen D, Carl M, Borneman E, Brittsan M, Hagedorn M, Laterveer M, and Schick M (2008) Noah's Ark for the threatened Elkhorn coral Acropora palmata.. Coral Reefs 27(3):715.. 2008 - Noah's Ark for the threatened Elkhorn coral Acropora palmata.. Petersen D, Wietheger A, and Laterveer M (2008) Influence of different food sources on the initial development of sexual recruits of reefbuilding corals in aquaculture.. Aquaculture 277(3-4):174-178.. 2008 - Influence of different food sources on the initial development of sexual recruits of reefbuilding corals in aquaculture.. Baums IB (2008) A restoration genetics guide for coral reef conservation.. Molecular Ecology 17(12):2796–2811.. 2008 - A restoration genetics guide for coral reef conservation.. Petersen D, Falcato J, Gilles P, and Jones R (2007) Sexual coral reproduction in live coral exhibits – current status and future perspectives.. International Zoo Yearbook 41:122-137.. 2007 - Sexual coral reproduction in live coral exhibits – current status and future perspectives.. Pennisi E (2007) Reefs in trouble - spawning for a better life.. Science 318(5857):1712-1717.. 2007 - Reefs in trouble - spawning for a better life.. Petersen D, Laterveer M, Van Bergen D, Hatta M, Hebbinghaus R, Janse M, Jones R, Richter U, Ziegler T, Visser G, and Schuhmacher H (2006) The application of sexual coral recruits for sustainable management of ex situ populations in public aquariums - SECORE-Project.. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16(2):167-179.. 2006 - The application of sexual coral recruits for sustainable management in public aquariums - SECORE-Project.. Villanueva RD, Yap HT, Montaño MNE (2005) Survivorship of coral juveniles in a fish farm environment.. Marine Pollution Bulletin 51(1–7):580-589.. 2005 - Survivorship of coral juveniles in a fish farm environment.. Petersen D, Laterveer M, and Schuhmacher H (2005) Spatial and temporal variation in larval settlement of reefbuilding corals in mariculture.. Aquaculture 249(1-4):317-327.. 2005 - Spatial and temporal variation in larval settlement of reefbuilding corals in mariculture.. Petersen D, Schuhmacher H (2005) Korallen-Nachzucht im Aquarium: Chancen für den Arten- und Biotopschutz.. Biologie unserer Zeit 3: 200-206.. 2005 - Korallen-Nachzucht im Aquarium: Chancen für den Arten- und Biotopschutz.. Petersen D, Laterveer M, and Schuhmacher H (2005) Innovative substrate tiles to spatially control larvae settlement in coral culture.. Marine Biology 146(5): 937 – 942.. 2005 - Innovative substrate tiles to spatially control larvae settlement in coral culture.. Petersen D, Hatta M, Laterveer M, and Van Bergen D (2005) Ex situ transportation of coral larvae for research, conservation and aquaculture.. Coral Reefs 24(3):510-513.. 2005 - Ex situ transportation of coral larvae for research, conservation and aquaculture.. Hatta M (2005) An affair in the morning after mass spawning.. Coral Reefs 24: 102.. 2005 - An affair in the morning after mass spawning.. Petersen D, Laterveer M, Van Bergen D, and Kuenen M (2004) Transportation techniques for massive scleractinian corals.. Zoo Biology 23(2): 165-176.. 2004 - Transportation techniques for massive scleractinian corals..

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  • Title: SECORE
    Descriptive info: worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach and restoration..

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  • Title: Contact | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
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  • Title: Donate | SECORE Foundation - Give coral reefs a future
    Descriptive info: Support our work with your donation!.. By donating, you help us to continue and expand our efforts to conserve coral reefs around the globe.. You can either support a specific project, such as our.. field projects.. in Curacao, Guam, Mexico or the Philippines, or you can also support SECORE in general with any amount you wish to donate.. For donations in the.. USA.. , you can donate online via the.. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium online donation form.. or you can send a check to.. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.. Reference: Project SECORE.. 9990 Riverside drive.. Powell, OH 43065.. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium represents the SECORE Foundation in the USA..  ...   deduction to the SECORE Foundation.. For donations in.. Germany.. , you can directly wire the amount of your choice to.. Account: 1015788.. Bank: Rheingauer Volksbank.. BLZ: 51091500.. IBAN: DE56 5109 1500 0001 0157 88.. BIC: GENODE51RGG.. The SECORE Foundation is registered as a non for profit organization in Wiesbaden, Germany.. All donations are tax-deductible under German law.. For donations of up to 200 Euros, a copy of your bank statement is a sufficient proof to the tax authorities in Germany.. Please contact us if you wish to receive a charitable donation certificate.. If you wish to make a donation from.. other countries.. except the USA and Germany, please contact us!..

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  • Title: SECORE
    Descriptive info: Corals physically build the reef structure and provide the basis for a functioning coral reef ecosystem.. Without corals, reefs will degrade and vanish within years.. At present day, coral reefs are facing multiple stresses caused by pollution, overfishing, and climate change with its ensuing ocean acidification.. Consequently, over 30 % of the world s coral reefs are considered seriously damaged and 60 % may die within the next 20 years very few pristine coral reefs still exist.. A world without corals not only means we will have a less diverse ocean, but it will be also an economic disaster for many people predominantly in developing countries.. Fisheries and tourism are important livelihoods that directly depend on healthy coral reefs.. Worldwide, coral reefs function as nurseries for many commercial fish species and attract millions of tourists every year.. Coral reefs offer natural coastal protection, especially in areas frequently  ...   2006) they provide one of the most valuable ecosystem services.. Coral reefs are among the most sensitive ecosystems and act as an early warning system.. Their alarming status represents the poor health of our oceans and, if coral reefs disappear, other marine realms may soon follow.. Corals have existed for more than 400 million years; yet stresses and changes from human activities are happening faster than their ability to adapt.. Corals are sensitive organisms and may not survive the intensity and swiftness of these ongoing changes.. A matter of vital importance is sexual reproduction of corals as it is for most species.. Sexual reproduction maintains genetic diversity and is important for the persistence of a species.. Genetic diversity is an essential mechanism for coping with a naturally dynamic environment.. Corals under stress are likely to stop sexual reproduction.. Thus, the survival of the species will be at risk..

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  • Title: SECORE
    Descriptive info: Coral reef conservation involves many interdependent aspects.. Scientific research and the resultant knowledge combined with hands-on practices are the basis for the implementation of effective and sustainable conservation.. SECORE conducts and supports studies on all aspects of conservation, especially sexual coral reproduction and restoration.. We share our knowledge in SECORE field workshops.. Our education and outreach programs include local initiatives and public relations, as well as international efforts to raise public awareness on the needs and opportunities for coral conservation.. SECORE addresses local causes of coral reef decline, such as pollution and destructive fishing methods.. In order to facilitate overarching cooperation, we work together with authorities, NGOs and local stakeholders.. Leveraging effective multidisciplinary collaboration, our restoration projects can successfully support the natural rehabilitation of coral reefs.. The use of sexual coral recruits for reef restoration is a relatively young research discipline.. First successes made by SECORE and others are promising.. However, to date,  ...   conservation partners.. In addition to developing globally applicable practices, SECORE and partners will develop specific protocols for regional stakeholders and locally important species.. Raising public awareness of the importance of coral reefs, their decline, and ways to conserve and protect them is essential for coral conservation.. This increased awareness must occur both in countries in close vicinity to coral reefs, where local interests play a major role, as well as in the industrial countries that are mainly responsible for climate change the higher level threat contributing globally to reef decline ('.. Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability.. ', 4th IPCC assessment report, 2007).. The public aquaria participating in SECORE conduct educational and outreach programs at their institutions, and together reach millions of visitors every year.. On a regional scale, SECORE workshops coach local stakeholders in restoration practices and spread the word among the local communities.. All of our workshops are accompanied by on-site public relations initiatives..

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