GCRMN-Caribbean Network online Survey

Invitation to contribute to the 2024/2025 GCRMN-Caribbean Report and 2025 GCRMN Global Report

The GCRMN-Caribbean is an operational network of the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN) in the Caribbean Region. It aims to ensure the collection of useful, comparable and accessible data that can reveal the status and trends of the coral reef ecosystems in the Wider Caribbean Region. The network promotes an integrated approach with biophysical and socioeconomic data, in order to create a regular, robust and strategic reporting to influence coastal management decision-making at the regional level, and guide management at the local level.

In 2020, the GCRMN-Caribbean participated in the production of the Caribbean Chapter of the Sixth GCRMN Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2020 which was the first ever world report based on a quantitative data approach.

The GCRMN-Caribbean aims to find out more about existing monitoring programs in the region, types of indicators collected, preferences and needs for contributing to the 2025 GCRMN Global report as well as the 2024/2025 GCRMN-Caribbean Report.

We invite you to fill out the following online survey which will help develop a regional directory on reef monitoring and capacity-building effort (biophysical and socio-economic) in the Caribbean region. Information, other than personal, will be automatically displayed on a GIS map below.

For more information, contact Christophe Blazy, SPAW-RAC Marine Ecosystems Project Officer /  Chargé de missions écosystèmes marins du CAR-SPAW, christophe.blazy@developpement-durable.gouv.fr. If you would like to join our Discussion Forum, please fill out this form. You can also follow us on Facebook.

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