New database gives scientists hope for helping coral reefs

New database gives scientists hope for helping coral reefs

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With the future of coral reefs threatened now more than ever, researchers have announced the release of a new global database that enables scientists and managers to more quickly and effectively help corals survive their many challenges…

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Scientists: Major Coral Bleaching Crisis Spreads Worldwide, AP / US News & World Report (10-08-2015)
The bleaching of colorful coral is spreading into a worldwide, devastating crisis, scientists say, and they predict it will likely get worse…

El Niño prolongs longest global coral bleaching event, NOAA (02-24-2016)
Global warming and the current intense El Niño are prolonging the longest global coral die-off on record, according to NOAA scientists…

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