Understanding the ecological mechanisms driving early life history stages is fundamental to elucidate the processes that facilitate the replenishment of coral populations. This is particularly important in the context of the current degradation of coral reefs around the globe.
Our goal is to identify the key players (from organisms to molecules) influencing coral recruitment with the aim to aid reef recovery and sustain ecosystem resilience.
Our consortium runs different projects on coral reef ecology and restoration that touch upon various disciplines such as ecology, microbiology, genetic and metabolomics.
International Coral Reef Symposium | ICRS2020 | Bremen, Germany | Maggy is co-chairing a session at ICRS with ... read more
December 2019 | TURBOCORAIL field experiment launched! Fabio returns home after a successful fieldtrip to Moorea manipulating sea urchin densities and experimenting with algal spores...read more
Grant no. ANR-18-CE02-0009