Reports, Resources, and Media
Executive Summary can be downloaded here: Executive Summary
Our Best Practices can be found here: Best Practices
Crane, Nicole L.; John B. Rulmal Jr.; Peter A. Nelson; Michelle J. Paddack; and Giacomo Bernardi (2017) Collaborating with indigenous citizen scientists towards sustainable coral reef management in a changing world: The One People One Reef Program. In: Cigliano, J.A. and Ballard, H.L. eds., 2017. Citizen Science for Coastal and Marine Conservation. Routledge. (Chapter 10 ). Available on Amazon
Crane NL, Nelson P, Abelson A, Precoda K, Rulmal J, Jr., Bernardi G, et al. (2017) Atoll-scale patterns in coral reef community structure: Human signatures on Ulithi Atoll, Micronesia. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0177083. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal. pone.0177083. Available Here
Crane, N.L., Paddack, M.J., Nelson, P.A., Abelson, A., Rulmal, J. & Bernardi, G. (2016) Corallimorph and Montipora Reefs in Ulithi Atoll, Micronesia: documenting unusual reefs. Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation, 21, 10–17. Available Here
Hofagie Laamle (video), by Kelsey Doyle
The Reef (video), by Jessica Hamel
TEDx SantaCruz: Sustainable ocean management — back to the future in Micronesia
Cafe Scientifique SV@SRI, 3/11/14: “Conservation in Micronesia: Key to Sustainable Oceans?”
This section includes information about common fish that are caught in the outer islands, and materials education and outreach. The coral reef ecology booklet is an overview of coral reef ecology, with references specifically to the Yap outer island (and in particular Ulithi) reefs. The Monitoring handbook is a description of monitoring protocols the community can use, including data sheets.
Reef and Fisheries Monitoring Handbook for the Ulithi Atoll and Yap Outer Islands is available here.
The Coral Reefs of the Yap Outer Islands Ecology Handbook is available here.