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Could Restoring Coral Reefs Be Possible In Higher Latitudes?

Up to 90 percent of the world's coral reefs could be dead within the next two decades due to rising sea temperatures, pollution and other factors, with complete global elimination possible by the end of the century, scientists are warning.

Bonaire Growing Boulder Corals

The Reef Renewal Foundation Bonaire has begun growing three species of boulder corals -- lobed star coral (Orbicella annularis), mountainous star coral (Orbicella faveolata), and great star coral (Montastraea cavernosa) -- in its nurseries.

Study: Corals May Have Engaged In ‘Survival Of The Fittest’ Warming Event

While 2016 saw a sizeable number of corals in Australia's Great Barrier Reef die off due to higher ocean temperatures, other corals in that same ecosystem survived, and scientists now think they have a handle on why.

Could Computer Forecasting Help Sea Corals Avoid Disease?

While we hear about rising ocean temperatures leading to coral bleaching, other potential coral killers are diseases that may or may not have heat increases to blame.

Climate Change Resistant Corals Offer Hope

Scientists have made discoveries in the Caribbean and the Pacific that may offer some hope for coral populations decimated by climate change.

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