• Restoring the Reef-Builders

    If you happen to find yourself off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula a few nights after the full moon in the hottest month of the year, it may appear to be snowing underwater. But it wouldn’t be an aquatic snowstorm—it’s the annual spawning event of the critically endangered Elkhorn coral. Read More

    Published 1/31/2018

  • Spring has Sprung in the Inner Harbor!

    Last week, students joined our Conservation team to complete the first biohut inventory of the spring season! Read More

    Published 4/21/2017

  • Building Climate Change-Resilient Seashores

    Not long after Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Virginia Beach last month, the National Aquarium hosted our annual community restoration event to strengthen coastal sand dunes as a frontline defense in the face of climate change.  Read More

    Published 11/10/2016

  • Field Update: Restoring Coral Reefs

    Our staff member, Jennie Janssen, joined students and researchers in the Riviera Maya to aid in the growth of critically endangered coral reefs! Read More

    Published 11/2/2016

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