Reef Recovery and Restoration Quiz
Please complete this quick questionnaire to complete your introduction to reef restoration training
If you have completed your ecological footprint, what was your score? (see
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How many marine species use coral reefs as a nursery ground?
How are herbivores beneficial for reef health? (Check all that apply)
Herbivores eat other small reef fish reducing their abundance
Herbvores excrete sand that fills spaces in the reef framework
Herbivores graze on algae that may overgrow the and outcompete corals for space.
Herbivores make sounds that scare away large predators
Herbivores eat large predators
What is the biggest threat to coral reef health globally?
What is the biggest threat to the health of the Great Barrier Reef?
How much of the world's oceans do coral reefs cover
The southern third of the GBR suffered the worst bleaching in 2016-17 (True/False)
What is ecological restoration?
The process of fully restoring an ecosytem
The process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged or destroyed.
The process of planting corals to regrow a reef
The process of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to halt climate change
The process assisting an ecosystem to continue degrading
Reef restoration usually restores the function of most ecosystems (True/false)
If we can reduce the effects of climate change, there is no need for active reef restoration (True/False)
Ecological objectives of reef recovery and restoration are (choose all that apply)
expected to be realised over short (1yr) timeframes
include the good feeling people get about being involved
usually take long (3-5yrs +) to realise and evaluate
require specific monitoring and evaluation programs
measure the health and well-being of those involved
Reef restoration programs always involve growing or planting corals (True/False)
Designing a reef restoration project requires which steps (choose all that apply)
monitoring and evaluation
clear communications with stakeholders
learning from lessons
What is the SINGLE BIGGEST ACTION you can do to reduce your carbon footprint?
Upgrade your light bulbs
Have one less child
Buy green energy
Live car free
Social outcomes are irrelevant in reef recovery and restoration programs?
Australia is the only place in the world where reef restoration activities are being implemented? (True/False)
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