The EU-funded project Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment (FORCE) produced a handbook that aims to provide reef managers with tools, information and recommendations on management of coral reef ecosystems. The handbook sections range from ecological history and biogeography, resilience as well as climate change issues to fisheries, governance and the monitoring of coral reef ecosystems.
Within each section are practical stand-alone ‘briefs’. These briefs offer concise information on particular reef-related issues, utilising some of the most recent scientific research to inform management actions. Each of the briefings is a unique grab-and-go resource. The accessible format also provides a useful resource for students, researchers, policy-makers and anyone interested in the future of Caribbean coral reefs.
p.156 “Coral cover by growth form or species”, under section “Possible main interpretation”, Should read: “A. palmata can become infested by Coralliophila especially if the coral is not that abundant”