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Seaview Science: Collecting corals

Learn more about the science and technology of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey.

Seaview Science: Reefs in recovery

Learn about the Coral reefs' ability to recover from storms or other naturally occurring event.

Seaview Science: Coral polyps

Learn about the various types of coral polyps with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg.

Seaview Science: Changing reefs

Learn how the increasing levels of CO2 in our atmosphere are affecting our coral reefs.​​

Seaview Science: Monitoring the reef

The science and technology of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey

Seaview Science: Importance of coral reefs

Why are coral reefs important?

XL Catlin Seaview Survey: Introduction

What does the XL Catlin Seaview Survey hope to achieve?

Underwater classroom: Coral bleaching

​An underwater lesson explaining the process of coral bleaching.​

Welcome to Timor-Leste

Who relies on the coral reef?

Coral expedition: Sailing home

How do the team feel about the future of the reef?

A rude awakening

Ice crack: 'It went right through the middle of the tent'

How have penguins adapted?

What makes penguin feathers so special?

Images & slideshows

Ocean experts

Find out about some of the ocean explorers, scientists and experts working with us

Coral life (advanced)

Coral life gallery with additional taxonomic and behavioural information

Deep reef survey

Deep diving and underwater robots to explore the deep reef

Coral threats

Discover some of the threats facing the coral habitat

Dive signs

Master your dive signs to become an underwater explorer

Reef scales

From tiny polyps to hundreds of miles, discover the different scales in the coral ecosystem

Researching the reef

Find out how the XL Catlin Seaview Survey team conducted their research

Expedition inside an Arctic glacier

Follow this immersive 360 journey into an Arctic glacier

Changes in the Arctic Ocean

Explore how changes in the Arctic could affect ocean circulation

The water cycle

Why is the water cycle important to us?

Water cycle data

Where is there more precipitation and why?

Beach litter

What rubbish do we find on the world’s beaches?


Frozen Oceans Geography 11 - 14

Frozen Oceans Geography 14 - 16

Our Ocean Planet Science Geography 7 - 11



How do we mitigate coral reef destruction?

What are the impacts of coral reef destruction?

How do humans use coral reefs?

What are the components of the coral reef ecosystem?

What is the structure of a coral reef?

Where is Timor Leste and why does it have coral reefs?

Lesson 7.

The Atlantic Ocean and climate with Dr Penny Holliday

Lesson 6.

The Arctic Ocean and the water cycle with Dr Mark Brandon

Lesson 5.

Our ocean voyage with Prof Alex Rogers

Lesson 4.

Using our seas with Emily Penn

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