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"Scientists are planting corals to combat bleaching, ocean acidification, and other threats facing these colorful ecosystems."
"Scientists are planting corals to combat bleaching, ocean acidification, and other threats facing these colorful ecosystems."
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>"Prof Terry Hughes says he believes bleaching is under way as the Australian government conducts _...Read More_
>"Prof Terry Hughes says he believes bleaching is under way as the Australian government conducts _...Read More_
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>"A new study found two common reef-builders can cope with 2ºC of global warming."
>"A new study found two common reef-builders can cope with 2ºC of global warming."
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'C-ecology' concept proposes 3D printed coral reef ecosystem to revitalize urban rivers
'C-ecology' concept proposes 3D printed coral reef ecosystem to revitalize urban rivers
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"This is absolutely fascinating : With the pressures of climate change, coral reefs are bleaching and dying globally at an unprecedented rate. In Jordan however, researchers, activists and fishers are hopeful that their coral reefs and the _...Read More_
"This is absolutely fascinating : With the pressures of climate change, coral reefs are bleaching and dying globally at an unprecedented rate. In Jordan however, researchers, activists and fishers are hopeful that their coral reefs and the _...Read More_
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>"Corals that previously experienced heat stress respond better the next time around. Researchers are trying to figure out how, _...Read More_
>"Corals that previously experienced heat stress respond better the next time around. Researchers are trying to figure out how, _...Read More_
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"Scientists are sourcing new ultraviolet ray-blocking compounds from algae, seaweed, cyanobacteria and other marine creatures."
"Scientists are sourcing new ultraviolet ray-blocking compounds from algae, seaweed, cyanobacteria and other marine creatures."
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“Planting new corals can't stop climate change, but it can give marine ecosystems a fighting chance. Volunteers have largely led the ambitious _...Read More_
“Planting new corals can't stop climate change, but it can give marine ecosystems a fighting chance. Volunteers have largely led the ambitious _...Read More_
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One of the most easily visible impacts of climate change is coral bleaching. As temps rise worldwide, water temps are climbing as well, causing colorful coral to become stressed and kick out their symbiotic algae partners.
One of the most easily visible impacts of climate change is coral bleaching. As temps rise worldwide, water temps are climbing as well, causing colorful coral to become stressed and kick out their symbiotic algae partners.
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„Since the 1950s, the world’s coral reef cover has halved due to global heating, overfishing, pollution and habitat destruction. The _...Read More_
„Since the 1950s, the world’s coral reef cover has halved due to global heating, overfishing, pollution and habitat destruction. The _...Read More_
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heatwaves, driven by climate change, are becoming more frequent and intense worldwide. Although we know that heatwaves kill marine organisms and have devastating effects on _...Read More_
heatwaves, driven by climate change, are becoming more frequent and intense worldwide. Although we know that heatwaves kill marine organisms and have devastating effects on _...Read More_
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>"London Zoo’s latest exhibition shows how scientists hope to halt the devastation caused by overheated oceans"
>"London Zoo’s latest exhibition shows how scientists hope to halt the devastation caused by overheated oceans"
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>"In a monthly feature, we explain how warming waters threaten the survival of a wonder of the seas."
>"In a monthly feature, we explain how warming waters threaten the survival of a wonder of the seas."
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