World Conference on Ecological Restoration Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, August 2011

Conclusions: Special Session Geotherapy – Global Restoration Needs for Stabilizing CO2 and Climate, Organizer and Chairperson, Dr. Thomas J. Goreau

Conclusions SERI 2011 Special Marine Restoration Session – Organizer and Chairperson, Thomas J. Goreau, PhD, Co-Chairperson, Dr. Gilles Lecaillon

VIDEO: Rock Dust and Biochar as a Strategy for Carbon Sequestration (at SER2011)

Can we prioritize restoring reefs to grow back beaches and protect coasts from erosion and global sea level rise? Goreau, Thomas J.; Wolf Hilbertz, Azeez Hakeem, Thomas Sarkisian, Frank Gutzeit, Ari Spenhoff, Delphine Robbe, Global Coral Reef Alliance

Biochar: Optimum Geotherapy Approach? The optimum geotherapy approach? Larson, Ron, United States Biochar Initiative

Electrical currents stimulate coral branching and maintaining growth forms: Abdallah, Khalid; Neviaty P. Zamani, Karen V. Juterzenka Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

Biorock technology increases coral growth and fish assemblages: Ilham, Ilham; Rosihan Anwar, Syarif Syamsuddin, Thri Heni Utami Radiman, Heri Triyono, R. Ahmad Sue, Delphine Robbe, Thomas J. Goreau

Electrically stimulated corals in Indonesia reef restoration projects show greatly accelerated growth rates, Jompa, Jamaluddin; Suharto Eka, Marlina Anpusyahnur Putra, Nyoman Dwjja, Jobnico Subagio, Thomas J. Goreau, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia

Electrical fields increase coral growth in Tobago, Beddoe, Lee Ann; Thomas J. Goreau, John B.R. Agard, Dawn A.T. Phillip, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

Testing the suitability of mineral accretion for cold-water coral reef habitat restoration, Strömberg, Susanna, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Marine ecosystem electrotherapy: Theory and practice, Goreau, Thomas J., Global Coral Reef Alliance

Fisheries restoration by post larval restocking, Lecaillon, Gilles, ECOCEAN, France

Geotherapy: Global Restoration to stabilize CO2 and climate, Goreau, Thomas J., Global Coral Reef Alliance

Electrical fields greatly increase saltmarsh growth and survival and speed restoration even in adverse conditions, Cervino, James; D. Gjoza, C. Lin, J. Shorr, R. Weeks, K. Cervino, T. Goreau, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA

Utilization of Low Voltage Electricity to stimulate cultivation of Pearl Oysters, Pinctada maxima (Jameson), Karissa, Prawita Tasya; Sukardi, Susilo Budi Priyono, N. Gustaf F. Mamangkey, Joseph James Uel Taylor, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

Sustainable reef design to optimize habitat restoration,, Haseltine, Mara, Eugene Lang College, USA

Electrical stimulation greatly increases oyster survival in restoration projects, Cervino, James; J. Shorr, R. Weeks, K. Cervino, T. Goreau, Coastal Preservation Network, USA

Restoration of seagrass mats (Posidonia oceanica) with electrical stimulation, Vaccarella, Raffaele; T. J. Goreau, Marine Biology Laboratory, Italy

Basalt powder restores soil fertility and greatly accelerates tree growth on impoverished tropical soils in Panama, Goreau, Thomas J.; Marina Goreau, Felix Lufkin, Carlos A Arango, Gabriel Despaigne-Matchett, Gabriel Despaigne-Ceballos, Roque Solis, Joanna Campe, Global Coral Reef Alliance

Electricity protects coral from overgrowth by an encrusting sponge in Indonesia, Nitzsche, Jens, Hochschulefürnachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde, Indonesia

Oyster Growth Study using Biorock® Accretion Technology, Berger, Nikola; Mara Haseltine, J. T. Boehm, Thomas J. Goreau, City University New York, USA