Recharging Indonesian marine biodiversity

Ditulis oleh Thomas J. F. Goreau, PhD Indonesia has the largest and most biodiverse coral reefs, mangroves, and seagrasses of any country in the world. Sadly, all are under severe pressure. Around 95% of the coral reefs have been badly damaged or degraded from...

Updates on Biorock Ambon project

Written by Thomas J. F. Goreau, PhD Today the Biorock Indonesia team, led by Komang Astika and Sandhi Raditya, placed the three new Biorock reefs installed yesterday under power in the Inner Ambon Bay. All are now working, along with the 5 Biorock reefs previously...

Biorock Brings Coral Back In Ambon

Written by Thomas J. F. Goreau, PhD The corals of Ambon, in the Moluccas of Eastern Indonesia, were made famous by some of the greatest Natural Historians who ever lived. In the 1600s Georg Eberhard Rumpf, better known as Rumphius, described hundreds of new species of...