Coral Reef Education Materials Library
Our Goal with this educational library is to raise awareness about coral reefs and related ecosystems. Knowledge is crucial to coral reef survival, and this global collection of coral reef awareness tools will help local and regional programs maximize the resources and knowledge already available. Rather than researching and re-creating publications, we hope you will devote your time and money to outreach and conservation.
The Library contains descriptions of brochures, books, videos, and other items suitable for raising coral reef awareness and planning educational efforts. Each entry contains a brief description of the publication and contact information for ordering purposes. In some cases, publications are available for download directly from this Web site.
If you have questions about CORAL's materials library, or resources that you would like to share, please contact us.
|As an Ecotourist, You Should...||Project AWARE|
|Buyer Beware||World Wildlife Fund|
|Clean Ocean Action's 10 Tips for (Various Audience) on how to keep our Ocean Clean||Clean Ocean Action|
|Conduta consciente em ambientes recifais||Secretaria de Biodiversidade e Florestas Diretoria do Programa Nacional de Areas Protegidas|
|Coral Divers say "NO" to Cyanide||Ocean Voice International;Haribon Foundation|
|Coral Reef Factsheet||Marine Conservation Society|
|Cruising Bonaire||Bonaire Marine Park|
|Fish Forever: Seafood choices in South Eastern Australia||Australian Marine Conservation Society|
|How To Keep a Reef-Friendly Aquarium||International Coral Reef Information Network (ICRIN) / CORAL|
|Information for Wholesalers and Retailers||Marine Aquarium Council|
|Marine turtles--connecting and reflecting our action across the Earth||Australian Marine Conservation Society|
|Non-Point Source Pollution starts with One Drop||Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service|
|ONLINE FISH ID GUIDE||World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong (WWF)|
|Protected Species||Bonaire Marine Park|
|Reef Protection Flyer||Association of Reef Keepers|
|Status of Coral Reefs in the Pacific||University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program|