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Daily Mail
Asteroid could have thrust Earth into darkness for TWO YEARSyears ago, major environmental changes caused a drawn-out extinction event that
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
years ago, major environmental changes caused a drawn-out extinction event that wiped out major fish groups and stopped new coral reefs forming for 100 million years. End-Permian mass extinction (the Great Dying) The largest extinction event and... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
These Tiny Beads Are Designed To Soak Up The Sunblock Chemical That’s Killing Coralone of the graduate students there, Victor Fernandez, suggested using the techn
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 hours ago
one of the graduate students there, Victor Fernandez, suggested using the technology to address one of the issues facing coral reefs. Though the tiny beads–each approximately three millimeters wide, expanding to five millimeters in the... Read more
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Rappler
Local, foreign volunteers help revive coral reefs in Albay GulfPhilippines – Guinobatan town natives Manuel "Manny" Realuyo and wife Mila have
Rappler / Posted yesterday
Philippines – Guinobatan town natives Manuel "Manny" Realuyo and wife Mila have spent weekends under the sea to help revive coral reefs in Albay Gulf. Manny, 62, is a retired public health physician at the Albay provincial health office, while... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We struggled to find any coral': Researchers troubled by bleaching in Pacific100,000 kilometres from Europe to Asia and back again, and the group claims it
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
100,000 kilometres from Europe to Asia and back again, and the group claims it is the biggest study of this scale across coral reefs. The focus is how coral reefs in the Pacific are adapting to climate change, and on a stopover in Sydney,... Read more
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The Scientist
Biologists Will Be Listening to the Eclipsenature’s soundscape, and the team has acoustic recorders deployed around the gl
The Scientist / Posted 3 days ago
nature’s soundscape, and the team has acoustic recorders deployed around the globe—from inside of glaciers to tropical coral reefs and many spots in between. “We’re going to put the acoustic recorders in strategic places in North America,” says... Read more
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express
High tech plan to save the Great Barrier Reef – with 3D PRINTED CORAL A NATURE lover is on a mission to save coral reefs by planting a 3D print of
express / Posted 3 days ago
A NATURE lover is on a mission to save coral reefs by planting a 3D print of the underwater wonder among the waters. Jessica Gregory has created 3D printed printed coral to help... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
UA Professor Working On Solution To Coral Reef DamageThe warming of the world’s oceans — as a result of climate change — is having a
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 3 days ago
The warming of the world’s oceans — as a result of climate change — is having a devastating impact on the coral reefs. The vibrant colors of the coral are being bleached white. As the water warms, the corals expel the colored algae living in their... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Restoring sandy beachesand recovery of these ecosystems, approved by the Council of Ministers on April
Radio Angulo / Posted 4 days ago
and recovery of these ecosystems, approved by the Council of Ministers on April. Along with mangroves, wet grasslands, and coral reefs, sandy beaches are natural elements offering coastal protection by buffering the impact of storm surges caused by... Read more
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Daily Mail
South Pacific Castaway Island for sale for £1.2 millionif they are bored of looking at a tropical ocean paradise Much of the island i
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
if they are bored of looking at a tropical ocean paradise Much of the island is bounded by white sandy beaches with living coral reefs just off the shore Despite being a tropical island, Castaway is only about nine miles from an international... Read more
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Newswise
Ocean Exploration Uncovers One of Cuba's Hidden Natural Treasurestwo years of planning, a team of scientists from the United States and Cuba has
Newswise / Posted 4 days ago
two years of planning, a team of scientists from the United States and Cuba has explored never-before-studied mesophotic coral reefs during a month-long circumnavigation of the entire coast of Cuba, which spans about 1,500 miles (2,729... Read more
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CBS News
Hawaii mulls banning some sunscreens to protect coral reefsKONA, Hawaii -- Hawaiian lawmakers are considering a ban on some popular sunscr
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
KONA, Hawaii -- Hawaiian lawmakers are considering a ban on some popular sunscreens to try to protect coral reefs. Researchers found that oxybenzone, a UV filtering ingredient commonly found in lotions, harms the coral. Up to 14,000 tons of... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Can't eclipse the American spiritbourbon tasting, which didn’t surprise me, or with scuba diving, which did. Whe
Rutland Herald / Posted 4 days ago
bourbon tasting, which didn’t surprise me, or with scuba diving, which did. When I think Kentucky, I somehow don’t think coral reefs. You can of course purchase Eclipseville swag: fleece blankets, twill caps, T-shirts in sizes going all the way... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Climate Change in Hawaiirecord-setting roll of king tides Friday and Saturday along Oahu’s shorelines.
Hawaii News Now / Posted 5 days ago
record-setting roll of king tides Friday and Saturday along Oahu’s shorelines. Hawaii awarded $715,000 to protect state's coral reefsHawaii awarded $715,000 to protect state's coral reefs Those who study Hawaii's coral reefs are hoping a recent... Read more
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News.com.au
Veteran Singh stays the coursenever more so than in his Pacific Island homeland where he has meticulously red
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
never more so than in his Pacific Island homeland where he has meticulously redesigned a coastal gem with its backdrop of coral reefs. Directing changes to 12 of the 18 holes at stunning Natadola Bay doesn’t quite mean Singh gets to decide on the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Veteran Singh stays the coursenever more so than in his Pacific Island homeland where he has meticulously red
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
never more so than in his Pacific Island homeland where he has meticulously redesigned a coastal gem with its backdrop of coral reefs. Directing changes to 12 of the 18 holes at stunning Natadola Bay doesn’t quite mean Singh gets to decide on the... Read more
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FOX News
Guam residents relieved - for now - after North Korea tones down missile threatAssociation boat. “Once the corals break, they take years, even decades to buil
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
Association boat. “Once the corals break, they take years, even decades to build back up. We also have fish who live in the coral reefs and if we don’t have corals, we don’t have fish, and if we don’t have fish that is going to bring down our... Read more
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asianage
Oceans hold key to our future, so let’s change course swiftlystates, maintaining and restoring the health and resilience of coastal and mari
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
states, maintaining and restoring the health and resilience of coastal and marine ecosystems, such as mangroves and coral reefs, are vital for protection from natural hazards such as extreme storms and sea level rise. They are also essential... Read more
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The Washington Times
Saudi Arabia tourism project aims to improve imageas well as luxury hotels and housing. It is expected to be complete in 2022, th
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
as well as luxury hotels and housing. It is expected to be complete in 2022, the BBC reported this month. The area offers coral reefs and dormant volcanoes to explore, as well as a nature reserve with exotic fauna such as Arabian leopards and... Read more
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KFVE Honolulu
'Wicked, giant problem': Is Hawaii ready for damaging effects of climate change?bleaching spread to Hawaii — home to 85 percent of coral under U.S. jurisdictio
KFVE Honolulu / Posted 6 days ago
bleaching spread to Hawaii — home to 85 percent of coral under U.S. jurisdiction — and killed approximately half of all coral reefs. Bleaching occurs when coral expel symbiotic algae — which provides the coral with their color — and when the... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
'Wicked, giant problem': Is Hawaii ready for damaging effects of climate change?bleaching spread to Hawaii — home to 85 percent of coral under U.S. jurisdictio
Hawaii News Now / Posted 6 days ago
bleaching spread to Hawaii — home to 85 percent of coral under U.S. jurisdiction — and killed approximately half of all coral reefs. Bleaching occurs when coral expel symbiotic algae — which provides the coral with their color — and when the... Read more
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WJFW Rhinelander
Live Aquaria hold open house to show off its animalsthat grows many types of coral and fish. "Marine fish are from actually all ov
WJFW Rhinelander / Posted 7 days ago
that grows many types of coral and fish. "Marine fish are from actually all over the world and they're primarily on coral reefs in tropical environments," said Kohen. It really focuses on filtration and raising sustainable aquatic... Read more
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University of Sydney News
How urban seasnakes lost their stripesResearchers studying turtle-headed seasnakes living on coral reefs in the Indo-
University of Sydney News / Posted 7 days ago
Researchers studying turtle-headed seasnakes living on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific noticed something unusual about the snakes’ color patterns: seasnakes living in more pristine parts of the reef were decorated with black-and-white bands or... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Could research in Keys give coral the 2nd chance it needs?them to leave. The Florida Keys have experienced bleaching in 12 of the last 14
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
them to leave. The Florida Keys have experienced bleaching in 12 of the last 14 years, he adds, and in 2005, half of the coral reefs in the Caribbean were lost to a bleaching event. Vaughan grows frustrated when he hears from climate-change... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Enemies of the Planet. Categoryby the end of the century. This would cause blistering heat waves, rainstorms,
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 9 days ago
by the end of the century. This would cause blistering heat waves, rainstorms, flooding and accelerate the obliteration of coral reefs. Greenland and the arctic ice are melting at an alarming rate a causing dramatic rise of sea levels. The... Read more
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metro
Take a look at these luxury underwater homes being built off the coast of Dubaieven the faintest passing interest in the local wildlife. Seahorses, which thr
metro / Posted 9 days ago
even the faintest passing interest in the local wildlife. Seahorses, which thrive in warm, tropical marine climates and coral reefs, abound in the Arabian Gulf. Kleindienst wants its floating homes to become part of the ecosystem.(Picture:... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Trump is delusional about climate changesaid climate change caused by man is a hoax. This leads one to speculate as to
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
said climate change caused by man is a hoax. This leads one to speculate as to what he might think about the dying off of coral reefs, mercury pollution, plastics in the Pacific Ocean covering an area the size of the state of Washington, acid rain... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Why human pollution is causing this snake to lose its stripessnake’s appearance has been drastically changed by the effects of living close
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
snake’s appearance has been drastically changed by the effects of living close to humans. Turtle-headed sea snakes live on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific and have characteristic black and white stripes across their bodies. But the research,... Read more
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CBS News
"Dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico is biggest everis this a huge conservation issue – the Gulf contains key nursery habitats such
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
is this a huge conservation issue – the Gulf contains key nursery habitats such as mangrove forests, sea grass beds and coral reefs that benefit adjacent fisheries – but it also has huge consequences for the local fishing economy, particularly... Read more
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Gulf News
Arabian Gulf corals have ‘super genes’ to tolerate heatclimate change Image Credit: Courtesy: NYUAD Research by NYU Abu Dhabi scient
Gulf News / Posted 11 days ago
climate change Image Credit: Courtesy: NYUAD Research by NYU Abu Dhabi scientists will help provide new insight into how coral reefs cope with climate change. Abu Dhabi: Research undertaken by scientists at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD)... Read more
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Daily Mail
How urban sea snakes lost their stripesnearer they live to humans, and it may be because of pollution. Researchers st
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
nearer they live to humans, and it may be because of pollution. Researchers studying turtle-headed sea snakes living on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific noticed something unusual about the serpents' colour patterns. Sea snakes living in more... Read more
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BBC News
The Maldives: Political turmoil threatens the 'island paradise'famous for its breathtakingly beautiful beaches and breathtakingly expensive lu
BBC News / Posted 11 days ago
famous for its breathtakingly beautiful beaches and breathtakingly expensive luxury hotels. But while the water of the coral reefs that surround them may be crystal clear, politics in the so-called "island paradise" has always been very murky... Read more
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Boston Globe
Climate change will hit New England hard, report saysleading to more prolonged heat waves, intense storms, extinctions of large numb
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
leading to more prolonged heat waves, intense storms, extinctions of large numbers of species, and the bleaching of coral reefs around the world. Global average sea levels, without significant cuts to emissions, are now projected to rise by... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
Creating new life in honor of one lostafter trying to save his friend while they were snorkeling. Now, a foundation
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted 11 days ago
after trying to save his friend while they were snorkeling. Now, a foundation named in his honor is working to save our coral reefs, bringing his life's mission full circle. This morning, it launched their biggest endeavor to add on to an... Read more
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Boston Globe
Climate change will hit New England hard, report saysleading to more prolonged heat waves, intense storms, extinctions of large numb
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
leading to more prolonged heat waves, intense storms, extinctions of large numbers of species, and the bleaching of coral reefs around the world. Global average sea levels, without significant cuts to emissions, are now projected to rise by... Read more
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Swissinfo
Why Oman Is the Next Big Destination for Adrenaline Junkiesthat the sea off the tip of the Arabian Peninsula claims some of the best, most
Swissinfo / Posted 12 days ago
that the sea off the tip of the Arabian Peninsula claims some of the best, most underrated diving spots in the world. The coral reefs of the Daymaniyat Islands, a protected nature reserve in the Gulf of Oman, count guitar sharks, hawksbill... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Don't pack sunscreen on your next trip to Hawaii. These hotels will make sure you're covered– also known as BP-3, contained in many sunscreen lotions, cremes and sprays —
Los Angeles Times / Posted 12 days ago
– also known as BP-3, contained in many sunscreen lotions, cremes and sprays — is extremely harmful to the state’s fragile coral reefs. Check-in desks and towel supply stations at the company’s nearly 50 properties throughout the state will allow... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Ekka is needed now more than everproperties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of th
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
properties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of the Gulf Country, and the rainforests and coral reefs of the far north. Thirty or 40 years ago, it seemed that everyone in Brisbane had some connection with... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Report: Temps rising rapidly |degrees Fahrenheit, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense rai
Rutland Herald / Posted 12 days ago
degrees Fahrenheit, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense rainstorms and the faster disintegration of coral reefs. Among the more significant of the study’s findings is that it is possible to attribute some extreme weather to... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Things to do in TobagoBSAC certification courses and some even offer an over-night stay on a remote b
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
BSAC certification courses and some even offer an over-night stay on a remote beach. Home to one of the most spectacular coral reefs in the world, Tobago is exactly the right place to do this. Explore Buccoo Reef Speaking of reefs, the... Read more
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The Star
Sultan lends royal touch to restoring reefordered divers at the Sultan Iskandar Marine Park to get permission to dive and
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
ordered divers at the Sultan Iskandar Marine Park to get permission to dive and look after its coral reef habitat. “Many coral reefs get broken because boats dock without following the rules. I will dive here again in two years to see how the... Read more
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The North West Star
The Ekka is needed now more than everproperties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of th
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
properties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of the Gulf Country, and the rainforests and coral reefs of the far north. Thirty or 40 years ago, it seemed that everyone in Brisbane had some connection with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Ekka is needed now more than everproperties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
properties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of the Gulf Country, and the rainforests and coral reefs of the far north. Thirty or 40 years ago, it seemed that everyone in Brisbane had some connection with... Read more
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The Age
The Ekka is needed now more than everproperties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of th
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
properties and the coal mines of central Queensland, the endless expanses of the Gulf Country, and the rainforests and coral reefs of the far north. Thirty or 40 years ago, it seemed that everyone in Brisbane had some connection with... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Government scientists are worried the Trump administration will suppress a major climate report — here's what it saysfaster than at any point in at least the past 66 million years. Increased acidi
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
faster than at any point in at least the past 66 million years. Increased acidity can devastate marine life, especially coral reefs, which cover less than 2% of the ocean floor but are depended on by about 25% of marine species — including many... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Government scientists are worried the Trump administration will suppress a major climate report — here's what it saysfaster than at any point in at least the past 66 million years. Increased acidi
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
faster than at any point in at least the past 66 million years. Increased acidity can devastate marine life, especially coral reefs, which cover less than 2% of the ocean floor but are depended on by about 25% of marine species — including many... Read more
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Island Packet
Haley says climate change ‘is real,’ administration will accept scientists’ reportto the Times. The results could include longer heat waves, more intense rainsto
Island Packet / Posted 13 days ago
to the Times. The results could include longer heat waves, more intense rainstorms and the faster disintegration of coral reefs. Despite the scientists’ concerns, Haley said the administration is prepared to consider the report’s... Read more
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The Courier
Indonesia wants Brandis' help with Montara class actionrupiah in compensation for environmental damage and restoration of hundreds of
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
rupiah in compensation for environmental damage and restoration of hundreds of hectares of mangroves, seagrass meadows and coral reefs. Mr Pandjaitan said he was yet to receive a response from Australia. "We'll see soon, I think," he said. "I... Read more
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The Forward
At A Small Florida College, ‘Scubi Jew’ Aims To Save The SeasEckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida isn’t your typical Jewish a cappella
The Forward / Posted 13 days ago
Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida isn’t your typical Jewish a cappella group or service club. Instead, it explores coral reefs and leads underwater cleanup sessions. Members don’t have to be Jewish to go on a dive — just scuba-certified, of... Read more
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New York Magazine
Climate Change Study Leaked Over Fears That Trump Will Suppress Itof 2 degrees Celsius, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense r
New York Magazine / Posted 13 days ago
of 2 degrees Celsius, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense rainstorms and the faster disintegration of coral reefs. The report finds it “extremely likely” that more than half of the global mean temperature increase since 1951... Read more
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Island Packet
Climate report finds drastic change across US. Scientists fear Trump could suppress itof 2 degrees Celsius, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense r
Island Packet / Posted 13 days ago
of 2 degrees Celsius, for example, could mean longer heat waves, more intense rainstorms and the faster disintegration of coral reefs. Among the more significant of the study’s findings is that it is possible to attribute some extreme weather to... Read more
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