Post Bleaching status report - LMls

After two underwater heat waves in 1998 and 2010, El Nino has once again struck coral reefs worldwide, triggering the third global coral bleaching event in recorded history. In December 2015, Nature Seychelles' Reef Rescuers team launched a Bleaching Response Plan. This report is based on the weekly monitoring undertaken on the transplanted reef and control sites within Cousin Island Special Reserve as well as Les Parisiennes reef; used as a donor site for the 2010/15 coral restoration project.

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