‘Reef Conservation UK’, the annual meeting of the UK’s coral reef science and conservation community, took place at London Zoo on Saturday 10th December. There was an excellent turnout for the event, with three sessions of stimulating presentations, discussing recent progress in coral reef ecology and conservation management.

Blue Ventures’ marine scientists David Griffiths, Ellie Latrobe-Bateman and Emma Doherty, delivered three presentations discussing findings from the Andavadoaka project, details of which can be found on the research section of the BV website by clicking here. Additional research posters were also presented by the BV team, summarising findings from recent fisheries and TEK (traditional ecological knowledge) research efforts in Andavadoaka.

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