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Brief overview of Biorock Technology Applications

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Biorock® Technology:
Cost-effective solutions to major marine resource management problems including construction and repair, shore protection, ecological restoration, sustainable aquaculture, and climate change adaptation

Thomas J. Goreau, PhD
President, Global…

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Broward Segment II FONSI & EA are inadequate and should be rejected

June 14 2014

To: Eric P. Summa, Chief, Environmental Branch, Planning and Policy Division, US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District

From: Thomas J. Goreau PhD, President, Global Coral Reef Alliance

Re: Finding of No Significant Harm for Broward Segment II Beach Project and failure to require…

The EmeralPlanet broadcast: “Coral Reefs, The Oceans, and Climate Change”

Our outstanding guests concerning the importance of global coral reefs and oceans are:Segment ’1′: Marcelian A. Cravat, Director/Producer, Angel Azul Documentary Film, (By Skype)*;
Segment ’2′: Dr. Thomas J. Goreau, President, Global Coral Reef Alliance and President,

Biorock technology good for corals to grow on

The Jakarta Post | Supplement | Thu, June 05 2014, 2:51 PM

Several journalists were invited by Qunci Villas to witness the launch of the biorock technology-based artificial reef park in Lombok. The Jakarta Post’s Sudibyo M. Wiradji talks to biorock specialist Delphine Robbe of the Gili Eco Trust,…

Restoring coral reefs through art initiative breathes new life into Senggigi Beach

Sudibyo M. Wiradji, The Jakarta Post | Supplement | Thu, June 05 2014, 2:46 PM

Biorock, Indonesian, Senggigi, art, restoration, marine, habitat

Underwater work: Divers install art structures anchored to the reef rubble under the water (left). Artist Teguh Ostenrik takes part in the work. (Courtesy of Foued Kaddachi)

Underwater installations for an artificial reef…