There are seven species of Caribbean coral listed as threatened under the US Endangered Species Act. Two of those species, elkhorn coral and staghorn coral, are extensively cultured in coral nurseries for use in population enhancement and restoration activities, and other coral species are beginning to be cultured using emerging techniques. This project will track the numbers and locations of threatened corals outplanted on reefs from various nursery efforts. The intern will be responsible for populating a database with current outplant information, contacting nursery operators to fill in data gaps, quality control, and mapping outplant locations. There will also be opportunity to learn about coral restoration through participation in meetings of the Coral Restoration Consortium (see http://crc.reefresilience.org/ for more information on the consortium).