The contribution marine reserves make to recovery of ocean ecosystems after disasters is explained in this article on recent work by Professor Micheli.
A panel of experts, including Meg Caldwell, discuss the future of coral reefs in a televised 60 minute program, filmed at the International Coral Reefs Symposium.
In a study of mussels in Oregon, USA and New Zealand's South Island, a team of scietcists including COS's Melissa Foley, found evidence that the animals selectively consume high-quality food.
The release of the scientific consensus statement on climate change and corals, supported by over 2,600 signatories, is covered.
"It's past time to tell the truth about the state of the world's coral reefs, the nurseries of tropical coastal fish stocks. They have become zombie ecosystems..." states an op-ed piece authored by a researcher at Australian National University.
The scientific consenusus statement on climate change and coral reefs is covered in this Australia-based newsletter.
Efforts of Pacific island leaders to gain worldwide support to save coral reefs from the impacts of climate change received a big boost with the release of a scientific consensus statement.
Meg Caldwell appears in a video news story on efforts to save coral reefs such at Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
As coral reefs destruction accelerates, scientists join forces in call for action by supporting a scientific consensus statement.
Scientists join forces to call for action to save coral reefs in the face of climate change, issue a consensus statement signed by more than 2,500.
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