04/23/2018 The terrible things that would happen if all the coral reefs died off
We're currently facing the worst bleaching of coral reefs ever known in history, but what would happen if all the coral reefs died off? We've already lost 50% of the world's coral, and we're at risk of losing even more. If the world lost all its coral ...
04/23/2018 How Gene Editing Could Save Coral Reefs
For more, visit TIME Health. The powerful gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 is taking the scientific world by storm. It gives researchers unprecedented power and precision in making tweaks to practically any gene in a plant or animal — and coral reefs could ...
04/21/2018 Scope of Great Barrier Reef's massive coral bleaching alarms scientists
A severely bleached branching coral sits amid minimally bleached boulder coral.Gergely Torda / ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies "It's quite challenging to witness the severity of this bleaching — it's the worst we've ever seen," Terry ...
04/25/2018 Spain and Catalonia take rift to reefs
As Catalan political prisoners remain behind bars and pro-independence and nationalists continue to disagree on the future of Catalonia, the power dispute is now being played out on a fishier level. The dispute over who should govern the land has divided ...
04/19/2018 New study says mankind has permanently messed up the ocean’s coral reefs
If the ocean’s coral reefs have one arch enemy, it’s definitely humans. We’ve altered the Earth’s climate enough that ocean warming is killing off huge sections of reef and impacting the ocean ecosystem as a result, and on top of that we can’t ...
04/19/2018 As coral reefs disappear, some tropical fish might just keep swimming
The future looks grim for coral reefs. Warmer oceans, overfishing, pollution, and gradually acidifying waters have destroyed more than a third of the world’s shallow tropical coral reefs. Just this week, a new report said that Australia’s Great Barrier ...
04/25/2018 More artificial reefs draw in more fish, divers off Mexico Beach
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Since 1997, the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association (MBARA) has made it a mission to place artificial reefs offshore Bay and Gulf counties. A $178,000 project was just finished. Fifty-seven reefs were deployed.