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Coral Live 2015


In January 2015, Jamie Buchanan-Dunlop and members of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey travelled to the Coral Triangle to investigate its beautiful and fragile habitats and ecosystems, threats such as the impact of human activities, local conservation efforts and the future of the Coral Triangle.

How did schools get involved?

Catlin Group and Digital Explorer offered the opportunity for students to speak to a member of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey expedition in the Coral Triangle via Skype in the classroom. This engaging interactive experience live from Timor Leste allowed students to discover the importance of this unique ecosystem from the comfort of their classroom.

Access Skype in the classroom

Jamie Buchanan Dunlop Coral Live Beach

Accompanying Resources

The Coral Oceans education event and accompanying classroom resources allows an innovative and engaging approach to educating young people.

Do take a look at the Coral Oceans resources which are also free to download and include booklets with structured lesson plans, activity and experiment sheets, posters and other related resources for both primary and secondary schools.

Access Coral Ocean Resources

You can also use the interactive [DE] Media Zone to view videos and images from the expedition. The web app can be used in conjunction with the resources to provide an interactive learning experience.

Access [DE] Media Zone


Who took part?

Find out more about Catlin Education here

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