Research in the AIMS National Sea Simulator. Photo: Christian Miller
The RRAP Concept Feasibility Study took a no-stone-unturned approach to examining over 100 possible interventions to help the Reef resist, adapt to and recover from the impacts of climate change.
is the Reef ecosystem objective being targeted to aid recovery or adaptation to a changing climate.
is the approach to deliver the intervention, typically comprising a production and deployment action.
is the likely maximum scale of the intervention, based on current knowledge and an assessment of logistics and costs.
The Program is currently prioritising and progressing the interventions with the most promise and prospective for early, safe and economically feasible deployment.
As additional funding is secured, the Program will broaden the interventions under the current Research and Development stage, as well as increase the investment in those interventions already underway.