Eco Friendly Resort Turn To Coral Restoration

ECO FRIENDLY RESORT TURN TO CORAL RESTORATION Written by: Hayley-Jo Carr, Training Coordinator, Reef Rescue Network Tiamo Resort is in a sheltered cove, surrounded by verdant palm forests fringed with sumptuous white-sand beaches, kissed by the bluest, clearest waters imaginable. The island itself boasts a pristine natural landscape. Much [...]

Atlantis Resort Dolphin Cay Staff Outplant Corals at Green Cay

ATLANTIS RESORT DOLPHIN CAY STAFF OUTPLANT CORALS AT GREEN CAY Written by: Hayley-Jo Carr, Reef Rescue Network Training Director & Coordinator April 2019, Atlantis Resort Dolphin Cay staff joined the Perry Institute of Marine Science (PIMS) to outplant 46 Coral Fragments onto the reef at Green Cay near Paradise [...]

PIMS ‘Aurora’ Coral Nursery Opens In New Providence.

THE PERRY INSTITUTE FOR MARINE SCIENCE OPENS THEIR OWN CORAL NURSERY AT ‘AURORA’ ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF NEW PROVIDENCE Written by: Hayley-Jo Carr April 2019 welcomes the grand opening of The Perry Institute for Marine Science Coral Nursery at ‘Aurora’ on the eastern side of New Providence [...]

By | 2019-04-23T23:36:30+00:00 April 24th, 2019|, , |

Parrotfish Projects at Perry Institute For Marine Science

PARROTFISH PROJECTS AT PIMS Written by: Dr. Krista Sherman, Senior Scientist, PIMS WHY PARROTFISH? It doesn’t matter whether they are small or big — parrotfish are some of the most colourful, interesting, and valuable marine species. The atypical “beaklike” teeth and vibrant colours of these fish probably contributed [...]

‘Crossing Our Finger Corals’ at The Bahamas Coral Innovation Hub

"CROSSING OUR FINGER CORALS" AT THE BAHAMAS CORAL INNOVATION HUB Written by: Lily Haines, Research Associate, PIMS & CEI A few weeks ago, one of our coral research interns, Hannah Lochan, woke up to discover an exciting surprise. While checking on our brooding coral colonies in the Cape [...]

By | 2019-04-11T17:54:57+00:00 April 11th, 2019|, , |

180 Coral Fragments Relocated To Their New Home On Cannonball Reef

180 Coral Fragments Relocated To Their New Home On Cannonball Reef Written by: Hayley-Jo Carr On Saturday 16th March 2019 at The Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, The Bahamas, 180 coral fragments were relocated to a nearby coral reef. The Atlantis Resort Coral Nursery is located in the large Lagoon [...]

By | 2019-03-26T15:40:41+00:00 March 26th, 2019|, , |

F-S-What?: Fish Spawning Aggregations & How Do We Study Them?

F-S-What?: Fish Spawning Aggregations & How Do We Study Them? Written by Dr. Krista Sherman, Senior Scientist, Perry Institute of Marine Science Birds do it, bees do it, and fish do it too! Sex. Breeding. Reproduction. Fish spawning aggregations (FSAs) are a type of reproductive strategy used by various [...]

By | 2019-03-06T22:09:08+00:00 March 6th, 2019|, |

Trading Snow for Scuba – Will Greene

Trading Snow for Scuba How a passion for the ocean from a young age led Will Greene to join the Middlebury College Advanced Field Biology course with the Perry Institute for Marine Science Written by Will Greene Growing up on an island on the coast of Maine, the ocean has always [...]

By | 2019-02-25T21:18:50+00:00 February 25th, 2019|, |

AGRRA With ANGARI – South Abaco & East Grand Bahama

AGRRA With ANGARI - South Abaco & East Grand Bahama Written by: Alannah Vellacott, PIMS Research Assistant Last winter, The Perry Institute for Marine Science teamed up with Bahamas National Trust, San Salvador Living Jewels Foundation and the ANGARI Foundation to conduct Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA) [...]

By | 2019-02-20T18:10:11+00:00 February 20th, 2019|, , |

Partner Spotlight – Tarran Simms

Partner Spotlight - Tarran Simms Written by: Reef Rescue Network Coordinator: Hayley-Jo Carr With an array of incredible partners within our new Perry Institute for Marine Science Reef Rescue Network we want to shine a spotlight on some of our partners so you can learn more about the amazing people we [...]

By | 2019-02-08T18:52:00+00:00 February 8th, 2019||