The data is submitted into various online databases including eOceans, SharkBase, and Reef.org. By submitting the data onto these platforms we contribute to marine conservation efforts worldwide. Furthermore we input into our own free and open access database for the general public. This data base can be used in university research projects by our participants worldwide or the Indonesia’s Department of Fisheries.
Partnered with the Baited Remote Underwater Video project we hope to use the collective data and results to change to parameters of the marine reserve to create a more effective local marine management strategy. Regulating non-fishing zones and limiting tourist access to critical habitats including breading grounds, nurseries, and congregation zones to maintain and regrow identified areas throughout the reserve.