When people think of coral reefs, they typically picture warm, clear waters with brightly colored corals and fishes. But other corals live in deep, dark, cold waters, often far from shore in remote locations. These varieties are just as ecologically important as their shallow water counterparts. They also are just as vulnerable to human activities like fishing and energy production.
Complete Article From the publisher.US oceanographic agency forecasts 60% chance of extreme heat stress and bleaching Mass bleaching and coral death could be likely along the entire Great Barrier Reef this summer, according to a […]
Complete Article From the publisher.KEY LARGO, Florida — What do you do with an invasive fish, covered from head to fin with venomous spines as sharp as hypodermic needles; a fish that can’t be caught […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Coral reef scientist jointly awarded John Maddox prize weeks after his research centre lost government funding Judges have awarded an Australian scientist a prestigious international prize, saying he has battled political […]