06/10/2021 Declining growth rates of global coral reef ecosystems
If the trend of declining coral growth continues at the current rate, the world's coral reefs may cease calcifying around 2054, a new Southern Cross University study has found.
06/10/2021 Coral reefs may start dissolving faster than they can grow by 2054
Stress caused by climate change is making it harder for coral reefs to build their calcium carbonate skeletons, and may lead to their demise by mid-century ...
06/14/2021 He devoted his life to understanding Florida’s coral reefs
Walter Jaap lived his life with curiosity, both on land and underwater. He studied and monitored coral reefs around the world. He helped launch a program for young people to discover wonders of the ...
06/10/2021 World’s Coral Reefs May Cease Calcifying Around 2054
Declining Growth Rates of Global Coral Reef Ecosystems If trend of declining coral growth continues at the current rate, the world's coral reefs may cease calcifying around 2054. If the trend of ...
06/14/2021 Oil tankers in Eilat’s coral reefs infuriate conservationists
The companies involved say the land bridge is the shortest, most efficient and cost-effective route to transport oil from the Gulf to the West ...
06/10/2021 For bay oysters, protection plus restoration creates healthiest reefs
Actively restoring oyster reefs—beyond simply protecting them from harvest—can create big payoffs for habitat quality and the other species that flock to them. A new study from the Smithsonian ...
06/10/2021 Damage to Coral Reefs Hurts Fishing Communities in Central America
As fisherman Luis Morán walked towards his small boat, which was floating in the water a few meters from the Salvadoran coast, he asked “How can the coral reefs not be damaged with such a warm sea?” ...