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Eyes of the Reef Hawaii

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Eyes of the Reef Hawaii

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As part of Hawaii’s Rapid Response Contingency Plan, the EOR Network (Eyes On Our Reef)) is on the frontline when it comes to safeguarding Hawaii’s vast system of reefs.

Its team of volunteers plays a pivotal role in monitoring coral bleaching, disease, and invasive species and gives the Network its edge when it comes to early detection and swift action against any threats to that environment.

As an EOR volunteer, you can make a real difference by contributing to further scientific research, helping guide ocean management efforts and protecting this precious habitat.

WHAT

Be the 'Eyes on the Reef' and help protect Hawaii's corals.

HOW

Attend free training and learn to spot threats such as coral bleaching early

WHERE (LAND) 

North America

WHERE (SEA) 

North Pacific Ocean

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GOOD TO KNOW

Focused on Hawaii coral reefs

RUN BY

Eyes of the Reef

SUITABLE FOR

Advanced, Training needed

PARTICIPANT LOCATION

Inshore (<12nm), Coast/Beach

PROJECT SOCIALS 

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ONE OF THE BIGGEST ISSUES IN MARINE MONITORING IS SHEER MANPOWER TO COVER THE VAST DISANCES REQUIRED. MONITORING REEFS IS AN EASY AND FUN WAY FOR CITIZEN SCIENTISTS TO GET INVOLVED IN CONSERVATION.

Beth Dunstan, Volunteer, Free Range Ocean

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Be the 'Eyes on the Reef' and help protect Hawaii's corals.