Event: Barbados Coral Reef Symposium 2018

Barbados Coral Reef Symposium 2018
Biodiversity

The Barbados Coral Reef Restoration Alliance (Corall Barbados) will be hosting the 2018 Barbados Coral Reef Symposium on Friday June 8 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.

The keynote speaker will be Dr. David Vaughan, manager of the Coral Restoration program at the Elizabeth Moore International Center for Coral Reef Research & Restoration.

Other speakers include Dr. Leo Brewster, Director of the Barbados Coastal Zone Management Unit, Pat Shako, Easter Caribbean Director for the Nature Conservancy, and marine scientist, ocean conservationist, and master diver André Miller.

Get more information about the event at the Corall Barbados Facebook page.

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