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Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and the University of Technology Sydney are set to host a groundbreaking online lecture featuring Dr. Emma Camp, a distinguished Senior Lecturer at the School of Life Sciences and a renowned expert in the field of coral restoration. Dr. Camp is also a Team Leader for the Future Reefs Program and holds the esteemed position of UTS Chancellor’s Research Fellow at U.T.S Australia.

The online lecture, scheduled for Friday, 18th August 2023, at 11:00 AM Indian Standard Time (IST), will offer a unique opportunity to delve into the pressing issue of coral restoration and site stewardship. The event will kick off with an hour-long talk by Dr. Camp, which will be followed by an engaging Question & Answer session, allowing participants to interact with the distinguished speaker.

The focal point of Dr. Camp’s talk will be “The Site Stewardship for Effective Coral Restoration: A Case Study from the Great Barrier Reef.” The Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders, has been under significant threat due to climate change and various environmental stressors. Dr. Camp’s case study will shed light on innovative approaches and strategies employed in coral restoration, providing a beacon of hope for the conservation and revival of these invaluable ecosystems.

Dr. Emma Camp’s expertise in the domain of coral restoration is underscored by her role as a Co-Founder of the Coral Nurture Program. This program, outlined at, showcases her dedication to collaborative initiatives that aim to protect and restore coral reefs for future generations.

With her affiliation to the Climate Change Cluster (C3) at U.T.S Australia, Dr. Camp brings a wealth of experience and insights to the table. Her lecture promises to be a comprehensive exploration of the challenges, successes, and advancements in coral restoration, offering a glimpse into the cutting-edge research and strategies utilized in the fight to safeguard these fragile marine ecosystems.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this enlightening discourse on coral restoration. Mark your calendars for 18th August 2023, at 11:00 AM IST, and join the conversation to contribute to the preservation of our oceans’ invaluable treasures.

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