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Rebuilding coral reefs in Madagascar using a new tool to restore biodiversity, build fisheries, and improve human health.

ARMS Restore was created through a grant from the Belmont Forum with funding from the National Research Foundation (South Africa), National Science Foundation (USA), SIDA (Sweden), and FORMAS (Sweden). As we look to build on our successes and make ARMS Restore a sustained program, we need additional support.

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Literary Review of "The Remarkable Reefs of Cuba: Hopeful Stories From the Ocean Doctor" by David Guggenheim

What is El Niño? How does it affect Madagascar? What can ARMS Restore do to help?

Mapping the Future of Madagascar’s Coral Reefs within the ARMS Restore Project

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