Welcome to your Citizen Scientist Monitoring Quiz. Please enter the information requested and answer the questions below. In order to become a Coral Restoration Foundation Citizen Scientist, you must pass the quiz with 75% or more.

To reduce our impact on the environment caused by shipping materials, please pick up your Citizen Science monitoring materials at our Exploration Center conveniently located at 5 Seagate Boulevard in north Key Largo. Email Science@coralrestoration.org or call (305) 453-7030 to let us know when you will be stopping by; we can't wait to meet you! If you have applied to be a volunteer or participate in a Dive Program, monitoring materials will be provided for you.

If there are outstanding circumstances that prevent you from passing by our offices, please email Science@coralrestoration.org and we will find a solution to get the materials to you right away.

 

Good Luck!

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Use the photo above to answer the next three questions.

You are diving on Conch Reef, Ball 3 and find this tag on a cluster. What is the genotype?

What is the cluster number?

What is the number of 'alive' corals?


How many staghorn corals are alive in this cluster?


Use the photo above to answer the next two questions.
How many staghorn corals are alive in this picture?

Is there fusion present in this cluster? (Yes/No)


Use the photo above to answer the next three questions.
How many corals are in this cluster?

Is there fusion present in this cluster? (Yes/No)

What is the genotype of this cluster?

Elkhorn Cluster
Use the photo above to answer the next three questions.
How many living corals are in this cluster?

How many dead corals are in this cluster?

What is the cluster number?

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Use the photo above to answer the next three questions.
How many corals are in this cluster?

What is the genotype of this cluster?

Is this cluster made up of staghorn or elkhorn corals?


Use the photo above to answer the next two questions.
Suppose these are four separate coral colonies, how many of them are dead?
What is the cluster number for these corals?


Use the photo above to answer the next three questions.
These questions may be tricky so look closely.  How many coral colonies are in this picture?
How many of these corals have live tissue present?
How many of these coral colonies are dead?

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