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Coral Reef Conservation Program Awards $ 9.3 Million In Grants

October 28th, 2019 by Carolyn Fortuna NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program has received more than $ 9.3 million in grants to support conservation conservation projects and scientific studies. The target regions range from 7 US states and territories, the Caribbean, Micronesia, the South Pacific, southern Mexico, and northern Central America. Grant and cooperative agreement recipients are also providing $ 5.4 …

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Even worse bleaching of coral awaits

KAILUA-KONA – Coral bleaching is already occurring in Western Hawaiian waters and it is likely to get worse as Hawaii's reefs become a major bleaching event within the next two months – if not sooner. Warm ocean temperatures are an important factor in bleaching, and data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Coral Reef Watch program suggests that the …

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Researchers use 3D printing technology to help rebuild coral reefs – Israel News

A man snorkeling in an area called "Coral Gardens" near Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef. (Image credits: REUTERS) Researchers at Technion University, Ben Gurion des Negev University and Bar Ilan University have collaborated on a project to help rebuild coral reef systems around the world using a 3D print model to create artificial coral structures Universities published. …

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Heatwaves kill coral reefs much faster than expected

SYDNEY, Australia (AFP) – Marine heatwaves kill coral reefs far faster than previously thought. This emerges from a new study, which was released on Friday. Scientists know that rising sea temperatures due to global warming can severely damage reefs through a "bleaching process" in which the high temperatures cover the colorful algae and nourish the corals. Those who hit the …

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Example of "Unknown unknowns", study detailing "Almost immediate coral mortality" suggests a crisis that is worse than previously understood

As the man-made climate crisis drives ocean temperatures up at a scientific speed, a study published Thursday in the journal Current Biology shows that warming waters are even more intense Coral reefs impact as experts previously realized. "Climatologists speak of" unknown unknowns "- effects that we did not expect from our existing knowledge and experience, and this discovery fits into …

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Heat waves kill coral reefs much faster than previously thought: study

SYDNEY: Marine heatwaves kill coral reefs much faster than previously thought, according to a new study released Friday (August 9). Scientists know that rising sea temperatures due to global warming can severely damage the reefs, a process of "bleaching" where high temperatures kill the colorful algae and nourish the corals. Ad Ad READ: Great Barrier Reef Authority breaks with Australian …

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Strange spawning of coral improves the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef – ScienceDaily

A phenomenon in which corals spawn more than once a year improves the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef. The discovery was made by researchers from the University of Queensland and the CSIRO and investigates whether corals that divide their spawning period over several months are more. Karlo Hock from the School of Biological Sciences at the UQ to distribute …

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