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  • 2019

    Building the most accurate, most comprehensive, coral reef maps

    How the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation used Maxar satellite imagery to create the largest high-resolution maps of coral reefs on Earth.

  • 2019

    Big data and the race to save coral reefs

    With climate change fast eliciting coral bleaching on a global scale, marine biologists with the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation are using predictive modeling to identify resilient reefs and help prioritize conservation efforts.

  • 2019

    Science Magazine | Atlas shows remote coral reefs

    Scientists have produced a global atlas of coral reefs with unprecedented breadth and detail, providing a new baseline to track the health of these living structures threatened by climate change. The atlas focuses on remote, understudied reefs and maps more than 65,000 square kilometers of them, about 25% of the estimated total area of all reefs worldwide.

  • 2019

    Scientists create largest collection of coral reef maps ever made

    A study from scientists at the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation and the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science offers a new way to accurately map coral reefs using a combination of Earth-orbiting satellites and field observations.

  • 2019

    Scientists Create Giant Atlas of World's Most Remote Reefs

    Gizmodo Australia interviews Living Ocean Foundation's Interim Chief Scientist, Dr. Sam Purkis, about mapping some of the most remote coral reefs on Earth.

  • 2019

    New Atlas Captures Conditions of Nearly One-Fourth of World's Coral

    This article in Popular Mechanics covers how the Living Oceans Foundation used satellite images to make coral reef maps on a global scale. It shows how our new high-resolution maps of coral reef habitats could help identify areas under threat and in need of protection.

  • 2018

    Are reef corals stressed or just pessimistic?

    Scientist Anderson Mayfield discusses his work studying coral health through molecular biology, work he conducted as a KSLOF Fellow on the Indo-Pacific portion of the Global Reef Expedition.