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Hi Network,We wanted to bring a recent finding to your attention! A new study of Caribbean corals has found that fatty corals that are more flexible about which algae they pair with fare better as climate changes. Implications for management: Does…Continue
Hi,I’m Lizzie McLeod, a Climate Adaptation Scientist with The Nature Conservancy. My research focuses on assessing climate change impacts in tropical marine systems, including ocean acidification (OA). I’m particularly interested in how coral reef…Continue
Hi allHere is a sentence form the abstract of a recent paper of coral studies in the Maldives (paper attached):"Acropora, Pocillopora, branching Porites, Montipora, Stylophora, and Alveopora, bleached less than predicted. This indicates…Continue
Hi, I'm James Byrne, and I'm the Marine Science Program Manager for The Nature Conservancy's South Florida and Caribbean offices. Much of my time is spent on reef restoration work of Caribbean acroporid corals- in particular, I’m currently focusing…Continue