E34. Marine Biologist Amélie Carraut: Restoring Coral Reefs in the Maldives with Reefscapers
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This podcast with Reefscapers' resident Marine biologist, Amélie Carraut, celebrates Reefscapers' mission to protect the ocean with their coral reef restoration projects in the Maldives and raise awareness about the importance of coral reefs.

As surfers, we all have a relationship with the reef. And in this episode, Amélie shares interesting details about them, their process of restoring corals, and how we can help their cause by adopting a coral frame. These coral frames are built & monitored by their team of marine biologists to follow the corals’ growth online, thanks to underwater photos taken every six months.

Amélie also shares her love for the ocean and how’s it like being and surfing in the Maldives.

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Topics Discussed:

  • What did you learn from spending a year studying chimpanzees?
  • Tell us about Reefscapers.
  • Tell us about reefs and why they are dying and need restoration?
  • What are the effects on the environment when a reef dies?
  • How do you restore a reef?
  • How long does it take to restore a reef?
  • What is the Maldives like?
  • What is the surf like in the Maldives?
  • What other conservation activities are happening on the island?
  • If you surf, what was your first surfboard?
  • What was your favorite trip?

Location: Malé, Maldives

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This podcast is produced by Derek Dodds, founder of Wave Tribe and lover of the sea.

For more info, email support@wavetribe.com


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