Tag: coral reef


GALLERY: Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea

Flanked on three sides by rainforest-mothered volcanoes, Kimbe Bay lies on the northern coast of the island of New Britain, the largest in the Bismarck Archipelago, 430km north-east of Port Moresby. It is one of the world’s most pristine coral reef environments. Read about how locals and a dive resort are working with conservationists to protect this piece of paradise in AG#131, out now.


Gallery: Designer coral reefs

Designer Alex Goad has developed a cheap, easy, Lego-style modular frame that speeds up the creation of artificial reefs. Called Modular Artificial Reef Structure (MARS), it can be used for recovery after a coral reef has been destroyed by storms, or for use by aquariums