Tag Archive | "coral bleaching"

Eyes of the Reef training workshops (Feb. 2 & 16)

Eyes of the Reef training workshops (Feb. 2 & 16)

MEDIA RELEASE You can make a difference in preserving our ocean resources through the Eyes of the Reef community reporting network for coral bleaching and disease, COTS and marine invasive species. Attend a three-hour workshop to learn how to identify and report coral bleaching, coral disease, Crown-of-Thorns Sea Stars and marine invasive species. Whether you […]

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Coral bleaching update for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument


Coral bleaching update for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument


MEDIA RELEASE 
Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (PMNM) is one of the most pristine and best protected coral reef ecosystems in the world. While PMNM’s management is designed to best support the ecosystem’s resilience to climate change, these measures cannot completely prevent damage from climate change.  One of the effects of climate change is to increase the […]

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Unusually warm water temperatures can disrupt relationship between corals and algae

Coral bleaching watch begins for Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Unusually warm water temperatures can disrupt relationship between corals and algae

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