Our Annual Reports contain a summary of our activities, accomplishments and finances for each year. Please click to download the full report.

  • 2017

    2017 Annual Report

    Throughout 2017, the Foundation Staff completed the arduous task of cataloguing and quality-controlling the “big-data” we collected during the Global Reef Expedition field work component (2011-2015).

  • 2016

    2016 Annual Report

    Having completed an intensive five years of field work for the Global Reef Expedition in 2015, it was time to roll up our sleeves for the challenging analytical work ahead

  • 2015

    2015 Annual Report

    2015 marked an important milestone in our Foundation’s life – completion of the field-work for our Global Reef Expedition (GRE). However, the project is far from over as we bear down on the ominous task of analyzing the many terabytes of data we collected in five years.

  • 2014

    2014 Annual Report

    2014 marked the fourth year of our historic Global Reef Expedition. On our journey around the world’s coral belt we have been rewarded with scientific discoveries and concerned by the pace and scale of the coral reef crisis.

  • 2013

    2013 Annual Report

    This 2013 annual report gives us the opportunity to reflect on three full years completed on our ambitious Global Reef Expedition. We have now surveyed and mapped the coral reefs of eleven different countries, widely distributed from the Caribbean Sea to the vast South Pacific Ocean.

  • 2012

    2012 Annual Report

    This annual report chronicles our second full year of the Global Reef Expedition in which we completed our work in the greater Caribbean, conducted research in the Galapagos and journeyed to the South Pacific. Our accomplishments have been impressive to date but much work remains.

  • 2011

    2011 Annual Report

    Our ambitious and highly anticipated Global Reef Expedition (GRE) began this year, marking 2011 as a milestone year for the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation. Planning for this complex project began in 2007 and GRE research operations are anticipated to continue through 2016; defining a new decade of advancements in surveying, mapping and conserving global coral reefs.