All posts by Dr. Emily Darling

Dr. Emily Darling investigates how tropical coral reefs are changing in the face of our climate crisis. She is passionate about collaborative big data and field-ready technology to reveal new solutions for coral reef conservation and manage the world's functioning coral reefs. As a Conservation Scientist at the Wildlife Conservation Society, she is based in Toronto, Canada and collaborates closely with partners across the Coral Triangle, Melanesia, the Western Indian Ocean, and the Caribbean.
How Global Coral Reef Conservation Is Adapting to COVID-19
How Global Coral Reef Conservation Is Adapting to COVID-19

This piece comes to us from Dr. Emily Darling, a conservation scientist with WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) who leads WCS’s global coral reef monitoring program.

In late February, I was with a team of scientists from WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) underwater on one of the Caribbean’s isolated atolls: Glover’s Reef in Belize.

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