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Whitening Seriously Reduces Fish Variety In Australian Coral Reefs

Whitening Seriously Reduces Fish Variety In Australian Coral Reefs

<div _ngcontent-c14="" innerhtml=" Aerial View of the Reef around Lizard IslandEmily Cox|Wikimedia Commons Australia's Great...
What Is the Coral Triangle?

What Is the Coral Triangle?

The Coral Triangle is a vast network of coral reefs that dot the waters surrounding the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste. Also known as "the Amazon of the ocean," this expansive underwater ecosystem in Southeast Asia is a hotspot for marine biodiversity, hosting 30 percent of the world's coral…
What Is Coral Lightening?

What Is Coral Lightening?

Once vibrantly colored and teeming with life, many coral reefs around the planet are now bleached and barren, thanks to a condition called coral bleaching. Their color drained, bleached reefs stand like skeletons along the world's coastlines, from Australia and Madagascar to the Persian Gulf and the Caribbean Sea. But coral bleaching is much more…
Utilizing Steel ‘Spiders,’ We Can Restore Big Swathes Of Coral Reefs

Utilizing Steel ‘Spiders,’ We Can Restore Big Swathes Of Coral Reefs

Coral spiders deployed in the reef off the coast of Pulau Badi.Jordan Hollarsmith The Coral Triangle exists in the southwest Pacific Ocean, surrounded by Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste. Considered a "biodiversity hotspot", this 2,200,000 square-mile expanse of coral reefs is directly linked to the livelihoods of nearly 120 million people and…

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