High-relief Artificial Reefs for Biodiversity Enhancement

Series: ADB Data Room: Marine Aquaculture, Reefs, Renewable Energy, and Ecotourism for Ecosystem Services

High-relief Artificial Reefs for Biodiversity Enhancement

22 October 2021

​In response to the areal loss of natural reefs and degradation of existing reefs due to coastal urbanization, high-relief artificial reef structures were deployed in Singapore to assess their contribution to ecosystem recovery service in the vicinity of the Jurong Island Energy Hub. 

This webinar explored the opportunities presented around marine energy assets.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
22 Oct 2021 Presentation Singapore’s High Relief Artificial Reef
This presents an overview of artificial reefs and its functions.
Santosh Kumar Srirangam, Loke Ming Chou


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