Coral Health And Monitoring Program (CHAMP)

What is Coral Health And Monitoring Program (CHAMP)?

Coral Health And Monitoring Program (CHAMP) meaning a NOAA program whose mission is to provide services to help improve and sustain coral reef health throughout the world. Long term goals are: establish an international network of coral reef researchers for the purpose of sharing knowledge and information on coral health and monitoring; provide near real-time data products derived from satellite images and monitoring stations at coral reef areas; provide a data repository for historical data collected from coral reef areas; and add to the general fund of coral reef knowledge

 

reference: Coral Reef Information System – Glossary

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