TF6.7.1 SBIR Coral Abundance Challenge - Southern Cross University feasibility
This innovation aims to supply millions of coral larvae and significantly increase the settlement and recruitment success of juvenile corals. This will rapidly replenish damaged GBR coral sites, restoring ecological functions and resilience of coral communities. The design solution will significantly increase the supply of high quality larvae of foundation corals and provide the world’s first mass production of larvae containing Symbiodinium microalgae, which will increase larval energy and settlement success and survival of newly settled corals. Innovations include coral larval restoration at larger scales (hundreds of square metres) than previous studies, use of novel 3D printed settlement surfaces to increase recruitment efficiency, and pioneering front-line diagnostics to confer thermal tolerance in coral recruits.
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