New report examines experimental intervention techniques in hopes of sustaining reefs in a warming world.
“The dire situation is here now," said the coordinator of NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch.
Our agricultural runoff, oil rigs, plastic, fish-glut, and noises are killing the ocean.
A $9 million pilot project aims to protect key areas of the Great Barrier Reef from bleaching.
Repairing the damage in the national underwater park could cost $2 million.
We have watched the dramatic decline of these spectacular underwater worlds.
The devastating die-off appears to be heading toward yet another record.
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It has taken only about a century of modern humanity to put coral reefs on a collision course with extinction.