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A Coral Rescue Effort—In Arizona
A project aims to use the artificial sea of Biosphere 2 as a testing ground for bringing back coral reefs affected by climate change.
Earth’s History In A Column Of Coral
Take a look back in time by examining x-ray images of the insides of corals.
A Possible Oasis In A Sea Of Dying Coral
Pockets of coral in the Pacific and western Atlantic “escape, resist, or rebound” bleaching events while their neighbors die off.
The Reef Is Quiet. Too Quiet.
Researchers monitoring the soundscape of a coral reef have found a dramatic drop in the sounds of wildlife under the sea.
Chasing Coral, And Climate Solutions, In New Documentary
In the story of dying coral reefs, a call to action.
What Is the Future of Coral Reefs in Warming Ocean Waters?
Ninety-three percent of Great Barrier Reef corals have been affected by a recent bleaching event.
Reeling In the Coral Reef Soundscape
Marine animals use coral reefs sounds to find suitable habitat.
Conserving Cuba’s Coral Reefs
Since 1970, Caribbean coral have declined by more than 50 percent, according to the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network.
A Resilient Hybrid: Fused Staghorn Coral
This hybrid coral could withstand climate change better than its relatives.
Starfish Blamed For Great Barrier Reef Coral Loss
Crown-of-thorns starfish are partly to blame for the Great Barrier Reef’s alarming loss of coral cover.
Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?
With global threats like ocean warming and acidification, it’s a tough time to be a coral.
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