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Climate change is killing the world’s coral reefs. But it’s not the only factor turning them into white, dead husks. According to a study, chemicals humans are dumping into the ocean are making it easier
The Allen Coral Atlas is building out a database—fed with satellite imagery—that can detect changes in coral reefs and hopefully help us better manage this dwindling natural resource. Off the east coast
Climate change has long been a threat to the Indian marine ecosystem which is also, falling prey to destructive fishing practices and pollution, making it unfit for the survival of life in our oceans.
As the ocean heats up, reefs are dying and it’s getting harder and harder for them to reproduce. This robot helps the process–and seeds the reefs with coral that can live at higher temperatures. This a
Brian Lapointe, a research professor at Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, has spent his career studying corals at the Looe Key Reef, in a National Marine Sanctuary in