Reversing the effects of coral bleaching in the Caribbean

Extensive coral bleaching across the world has been accelerating, primarily due to the warming of the oceans caused by climate change. Recently, an unprecedented effort was begun to reverse the effects of this trend in the Caribbean by seeding the growth of extensive new coral reefs.


Initiative to restore one million corals launches in the Caribbean and Florida Keys

By Mote Marine Laboratory

Science Daily

September 12, 2016

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