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Apr 29, 2017


Climate Impact on Caribbean Coral Reefs Could Be Mitigated
Caribbean360.com (subscription)
CAHUITA, Costa Rica, Friday April 28, 2017 (IPS) – A few dozen metres from the Caribbean beach of Puerto Vargas, where you can barely see the white foam of the waves breaking offshore, is the coral reef that is the central figure of the ocean front of ...

Apr 27, 2017


Science Times

Coral Reefs: The Need For Survival from Climate Change, Risks & What We Know So Far
Science Times
The ecological and economic importance of coral reefs has long been recognized. Corals form part of the ecosystem that benefits more than 200 million people worldwide living in coastal areas by supporting jobs, providing fish harvests and attracting ...

Apr 15, 2017


Climate Central

Loss of Coral Reefs Could Cost $1 Trillion Globally
Climate Central
The loss of coral reefs caused by rising sea temperatures could cost $1 trillion globally, a report from Australia's Climate Council has projected, with the loss of Queensland's Great Barrier Reef alone costing that region 1 million visitors a year ...

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Inter Press Service

Climate Impact on Caribbean Coral Reefs May Be Mitigated If ...
Inter Press Service
Cahuita National Park, on Costa Rica's eastern Caribbean coast, is suffering a process of coastal erosion which is shrinking its beaches, while the coral reefs ...

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Apr 12, 2017


The Atlantic

Ruins, Not Reefs: How Climate Change Is Fast-Forwarding Coral Science
The Atlantic
Like ?The Atlantic? Subscribe to ?The Atlantic Daily?, our free weekday email newsletter. At about the same moment that millions of Americans sat staring at their television or laptop or phone—watching the results from the presidential election stream ...

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Apr 8, 2017


Townsville Bulletin

Debate on bleaching gets murky
Townsville Bulletin
CLIMATE change sceptic and geophysicist Professor Peter Ridd has questioned research that blames global warming for devastating coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Prof Ridd also says the work of a US schoolteacher, who claims a drop in sea ...
Climate Change News: Coral Bleaching Spreading On The Great Barrier ReefInternational Business Times
Great Barrier Reef at 'terminal stage': scientists despair at latest coral bleaching dataThe Guardian
Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef hit by back-to-back mass coral bleaching – ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef ...ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University
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Apr 1, 2017


Nikkei Asian Review

Global climate change vs. coral reefs- Nikkei Asian Review
Nikkei Asian Review
Japanese and Israeli scientists recently held collaborative workshops in Okinawa, where they exchanged views on the impact that global-scale climate c.

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Mar 25, 2017


Christian Science Monitor

Deeper down, are coral reefs surviving climate change?
Christian Science Monitor
Greater depth and colder temperatures could buffer the so-called mesophotic zone against climate change and other well-known threats facing reefs. Monitor's Best: Top 5. O'Reilly and changing a culture of sexual harassment · A Mideast rivalry worth ...

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Huffington Post

Climate Change This Week: Coral Collapse Presages Our Own, Fascinating Facts, and More!
Huffington Post
And the chances of Donald Trump's family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly. Saving BUB, Beautiful Unique Biodiversity, as in this Hickory Horned Devil that occurs in US Forests, is another reason to ...

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Mar 16, 2017


TIME

Why It's So Hard to Save Coral Reefs
TIME
The fight to save coral reefs just got more complicated. New research found that even if humans succeed in protecting reefs from pollution and overfishing, global warming will still pose a deadly threat. Researchers behind the study, published in the ...
Climate warming coralWeatherOnline
Stopping Global Climate Change Can Save Coral Reefs [VIDEO]University Herald
Large Sections of Australia's Great Reef Are Now Dead, Scientists FindNew York Times
GBRMPA -BBC News
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