Coral restoration is an increasingly popular technique for addressing coral population declines and limited recovery. There are a multitude of organizations propagating corals in nurseries for use in population enhancement and restoration activities. This project will track the numbers and locations of corals outplanted on reefs from various nursery efforts to help inform management activities. The intern will be responsible for populating a Microsoft Access database with current nursery and outplant information, contacting nursery operators to fill in data gaps, performing quality checks on existing data, summarizing results in a technical report, and potentially mapping outplant locations. The intern will be encouraged to provide feedback on how to improve the database and to learn how to use Access to create useful products. For more information about the restoration database, check out the map and information about the Coral Restoration Consortium.