- Source created: Nov. 12, 2018, 7:28 a.m.
- Last classifier saved: Nov. 13, 2018, 4:50 a.m.
- Last classifier trained: Nov. 13, 2018, 4:50 a.m.
- Default image annotation area: X: 15 - 85% / Y: 15 - 85%
- Annotation point generation: Simple random, 25 points
- Feature extractor: VGG16 (legacy)
Confidence threshold: 100% (edit)
The project objective is to upscale coral reef restoration actions in the San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina Archipelago to accelerate the natural recovery of intervened reefs, promote adaptation to climate change, anticipate the direct effects of anthropogenic origin, and reach a great social impact. In its first phase, eight nurseries have been built with the capacity to grow at least 16,000 fragments of coral reef species. The initial stock is 5243 fragments of four species of hard corals, three soft corals and two sponges. In three years, we expect to see that the joint protection of selected sites with the addition of ca. 5,000 nursery-grown coral colonies per hectare, lead to a 10% increase in the live coral cover, fish biomass, aesthetic value and structural complexity and overall health at intervened coral reefs within the Seaflower MPA. We want to use CoralNet to assess the percentage coral cover we have increased.