12/12/2017 Coral reefs: Tomorrow's renewable power stations?
TOKYO -- Japan and other maritime countries may not have to look far for their affordable, stable alternative energy source of the future. It might be lapping at their shores. A professor in Okinawa hopes he has found the answer in the waves that break ...
12/13/2017 Cage Dive with Great White Sharks, SCUBA the Lush Reefs of Remote Corners of the World, or Train to Feed Sharks off the Bahamas Coast
MALIBU, Calif., Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Sea Save Foundation, a California nonprofit is hosting an online auction of 61 SCUBA diving and ocean-inspired prizes. Proceeds will support the foundation in its mission to conserve and protect oceans through ...
12/12/2017 Blue Planet made us weep over coral reefs — but climate change needs action, not hot air
I was a teenager when I visited India for the first time properly, and I saw things I never knew existed. Like sunshine. Because Glasgow boasts a climate similar to that of Mordor. And that’s if you’re lucky. To any self-respecting Scot, talk of global ...
12/11/2017 Where reefs are restaurants, challenge is keeping them stocked
Hawaii’s coral reefs are more than just a picturesque tourist destination — for local communities, they’re a critical source of food. The challenge? Ensuring that they continue to remain so. In a scientific paper published earlier this week in the ...
12/12/2017 Coral reef problems linked to bioerosion, wastewater wells
Several local news outlets recently reported on a scientific publication titled “Vulnerability of Coral Reefs to Bioerosion From Land-Based Sources of Pollution.” Bioerosion describes the erosion (gradual destruction or disintegration) of hard ocean ...
12/11/2017 Coral reef recovery, bioerosion and wastewater injection wells
Recently, a scientific publication titled, “Vulnerability of Coral Reefs to Bioerosion From Land-Based Sources of Pollution,” was reported on by several local news outlets. Bioerosion describes the erosion (gradual destruction or disintegration) of ...
12/09/2017 How Coral Reefs and Carbon Dioxide Can Change the Future
Most people think of carbon dioxide as a poison, but in nature it’s a building block. Find out how we can imitate coral reef by using CO2 as a raw material for the creation of concrete.