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Florida’s coral reefs rapidly ‘wasting away’ under stress of climate change

Florida’s coral reefs rapidly ‘wasting away’ under stress of climate change

Accelerated acidification of coastal waters has brought about structural decline of only reef in continental US, initially pegged by scientists at around 2050

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Coral bleaching hits 93% of Great Barrier Reef, Video

Coral bleaching hits 93% of Great Barrier Reef, Video

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is suffering its worst coral bleaching in recorded history with 93 percent of the World Heritage site affected, scientists say as they reveal the phenomenon is also hitting the other side of the country.

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New database gives scientists hope for helping coral reefs

New database gives scientists hope for helping coral reefs

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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Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching hits “extreme level”

Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching hits “extreme level”

Coral bleaching, a phenomenon that can result in the widespread die-off of coral life, is a serious problem facing the world’s oceans, and according to a new aerial survey of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, 95 percent of the reef’s northern section is now bleached, Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports.

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El Niño prolongs longest global coral bleaching event

El Niño prolongs longest global coral bleaching event

Global warming and the current intense El Niño are prolonging the longest global coral die-off on record, according to NOAA scientists, who will will present the latest global bleaching update and outlook Friday, Feb. 26 at the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans.

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Seeing the Reef for the Corals

Seeing the Reef for the Corals

The rainforests of the sea, are one of the most prized ecosystems in the ocean. Coral reefs are home to about a quarter of all ocean fish species, making them hot spots of biodiversity. They protect shorelines from storms, provide food for millions of people, and provide economic benefits by encouraging tourism. Despite their value, few of the world’s reefs have been studied.

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Survey shows Aussies’ love and concern for Great Barrier Reef

Survey shows Aussies’ love and concern for Great Barrier Reef

A James Cook University researcher has found more than three quarters of Australians regard the Great Barrier Reef as part of their national identity and nearly 90 per cent believe it is under threat from climate change.

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The Great Barrier Reef Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

The Great Barrier Reef Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Sir David Attenborough uses new technologies to create an interactive journey, highlighting the perils of climate change.

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NASA’s CORAL Campaign Will Raise Reef Studies to a New Level

NASA’s CORAL Campaign Will Raise Reef Studies to a New Level

Coral reefs, sometimes called the rainforests of the sea, are home to a quarter of all ocean fish species. They protect shorelines from storms and provide food for millions of people, yet very little of the world’s reef area has been studied scientifically.

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