Corals

 

What we are doing

Atlantis Blue Project funds a multitude of projects throughout The Bahamas to help ensure the future of healthy coral reefs. Research on the reefs of New Providence Island and Andros Island has provided key data on the health of these reefs and is being used to develop a road map to help protect and restore them. Scientists are working with Atlantis, Paradise Island, team members to grow coral fragments in the lagoons at Atlantis that will be reintroduced to help restore important reefs.

 

 

  • World Ocean's Day 2017

    What we are doing Atlantis Blue Project funds a multitude of projects throughout The Bahamas to help ensure the future of healthy coral reefs. Research on the reefs of New Providence Island and Andros Island has provided key data on the health of these reefs and is being used to develop a road map to

     
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  • A Proactive Approach to Restoring Bahamian Coral Reefs

    What we are doing Atlantis Blue Project funds a multitude of projects throughout The Bahamas to help ensure the future of healthy coral reefs. Research on the reefs of New Providence Island and Andros Island has provided key data on the health of these reefs and is being used to develop a road map to

     
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  • THE BAHAMAS CORAL REEF REPORT CARD IS HERE!

    What we are doing Atlantis Blue Project funds a multitude of projects throughout The Bahamas to help ensure the future of healthy coral reefs. Research on the reefs of New Providence Island and Andros Island has provided key data on the health of these reefs and is being used to develop a road map to

     
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