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Terry Hughes Jan 22
You would expect someone “with a PhD in marine science” to know that unprecedented pan-tropical bleaching is caused by thermal extremes due to anthropogenic heating. Lucrative amnesia?
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Maren Ziegler Jan 22
Cool stuff! First (!) study to show functional role of bacteria in cultures. Bacteria produce ROS-scavenging carotenoids, making more stress tolerant.
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S&J Fisheries Jan 23
Needing a bit of inspiration for a spring menu? How about local scallops, starter or main course, we have different sizes to suit all menus! Roe-on or roeless!
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Downunder Cosmetix Jan 22
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Terry Hughes Jan 20
Any scientist who has experienced or studied bleaching can relate to this.....
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islandmermaid Jan 20
Acropora sp. finally growing well 3 years after the mass coral bleaching event in Maldives. Many coral species only grow 1-3cm a year. Alot of marine biologists try to help more coral grow by fragmenting coral species. This provides more habitats for reef fish.
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Coral Reef Futures Lab 19h
- Pseudodiploria strigosa (symmetrical brain )! These charismatic reef-builders form large, dome-shaped colonies with meandering ridges and valleys. After declines from bleaching and disease, they are starting to be targeted for !
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Yusuke Sakai Jan 22
Our new paper on spawning is out today: "Environmental factors explain spawning day deviation from full moon in the scleractinian coral Acropora" | Biology Letters
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Benoit PUJOL Jan 24
Just cancelled my participation to a conference in Brisbane. 1.8 tonnes of CO2 to go to Australia for a poster on plants adaptation would be ironical. Right now, reducing our carbon footprint is what's best for , its forests , and its
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Emma Jayne Jan 23
Mother and baby dolphins swimming near the coral and tiny fish. Hope you're having a good week so far! 🐬🌊
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Terry Hughes Jan 21
He’s dead wrong. Hazard reduction burns won’t stop rising temperatures, more fires, ocean acidification, destruction of reefs, etc. Ask a scientist....
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Dr. Sarah W. Davies 12h
telling all about her research. Awesome poster!!
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Alexandra Marshall Jan 22
Of all the creatures in the world we need to worry about - coral is not one of them. will laugh at us from the other side of the apocalypse and shake hands with whatever inherits the Earth after we're through. -cult
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Matt Drysdale Jan 24
Just because corals aren’t spawning doesn’t mean we aren’t busy 😅 Drilling glass, International Urchins, New Equipment, Programming and New Volunteer Team Members! All going on yesterday with 😁
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Greg Asner Jan 17
3D reef mapping from the air: a new approach that resolves colonies and fish habitat for
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Iliana Baums Jan 23
Here it is: the first ! Available from ThermoFisher Scientific, data can be analyzed with workflow. Resolves Acropora host genotypes, pops, spp AND symbionts. Comment on
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Matt Drysdale Jan 24
Im so happy some of these made it through, especially the Blastomussa. Perfect miniatures of the adults!
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DJ Flores Jan 20
My setup for tonite rocking my theme Widget Wallpaper Rest its mine 🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️
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Nakawe Project Jan 17
Replying to @NakaweProject
atolls provide such a reminder that is absolutely amazing... They also remind us however that need to take some responsibility and do everything we can to avoid a creation of thousands and thousands of years to be destroyed in just a few decades. @zpezzillo
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Rhys White 🧬 Jan 22
kicking off 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ 11-Feb‼️ Talks ft & metals by Anicia Henne (); of viruses by Soo-Jen Low () & involved w/ algal symbiosis by (). Get in touch if interested in presenting this year 🦠🔬
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