Climate Change Promotes Parasitism In a Coral Symbiosis

Abstract: Coastal oceans are increasingly eutrophic, warm and acidic through the addition of anthropogenic nitrogen and carbon, respectively. Among the most sensitive taxa to these changes are scleractinian corals, which engineer the most biodiverse ecosystems on...

Florida – Monitoring Reef Resilience

Coral Reef Resilience to Climate Change in the Florida Reef Tract Location Florida Reef Tract, Florida, USA The challenge Climate change and a range of human activities threaten the natural resilience of coral reef ecosystems. Reef resilience is the ability to resist...
Year in Review – 2017

Year in Review – 2017

Reflecting on the past year, there has never been a more critical time for effective coral reef management. In June of 2017, the world’s longest and most widespread bleaching event on record ended, with many reefs experiencing significant mortality. To address these...

Coral Bleaching Futures

Coral Bleaching Futures – Downscaled Projections of Bleaching Conditions for the World’s Coral Reefs, Implications of Climate Policy and Management Responses Increasingly frequent severe coral bleaching is among the greatest threats to coral reefs posed by...
Manager Success Stories

Manager Success Stories

While there are many stories to tell, here is what support from the Network looks like and how it translates into real action for improved coral health. Meet the managers: Read more manager spotlight stories to learn about other projects.

Western Indian Ocean Post-Bleaching Assessment Training

Dr. David Obura and Mishal Gudka of CORDIO East Africa (supported through the Biodiversity Project of the Indian Ocean Commission) present a training on how to conduct a post-bleaching assessment in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO). This is part of a regional project in...
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