08/15/2017 OUR VIEW: Help protect reefs by reporting coral bleaching
OUR VIEW: Help protect reefs by reporting coral bleaching Help local biologists keep track of coral bleaching in Guam’s waters, especially this month and next, when coral bleaching is most common. Check out this story on guampdn.com: http://www.guampdn ...
08/15/2017 Reefs As Carbon Sinks? Location Matters
MOREHEAD CITY – Back before 2012, when Joel Fodrie and others at the University of North Carolina Institute of Marine Sciences embarked on a study to see if oyster reefs effectively sequester carbon dioxide, the predominant greenhouse gas that traps the ...
08/15/2017 QChennai: Coral Reef Off Puducherry Coast, Dengue Drive and More
A 2.5 km-long table of rock sits in the sea off the Puducherry coast where a thriving coral reef teases scuba divers with its unique flora and fauna. Found at a distance of 13 km into the sea, the wall – as it appears – is becoming quite popular with ...
08/15/2017 A new way of protecting coral reefs
When you hear the word ‘nature,’ what do you think about? A pristine beach? Maybe your favorite wild animal? Nature means different things to different people. But do you think of nature as a powerful source of protection from storms, rising sea levels ...
08/12/2017 Mike Bloomberg's New Frontier For Fighting Climate Change: Coral Reefs
50 Reefs, a $2 million initiative funded by Michael Bloomberg, Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen and the Tiffany Co. Foundation, launched a platform on Thursday to take non-divers to the world’s biggest coral reefs — without getting them wet. Instead of a ...
08/14/2017 BP plan to use coral-killing chemical near giant coral reef
Oil giant BP will use a coral-killing chemical in the event of an oil spill near a unique coral reef in the mouth of the Amazon river. The company is planning to drill in the region in from this time next year, but according to an environmental impact ...
08/15/2017 Protect Maui’s reefs
Pacific Whale Foundation runs a free Coral Reef Information Station every Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon at Wailea’s Ulua Beach. Learn names of fish you’ve seen while snorkeling and how to protect Maui’s reefs. Call 249-8811, extension 1.