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Coastal Oceanography and Climate Change RC (COCC) 22h
พร้อมแล้วจ้า Sneak peek at our “Ocean Warming Exhibition”
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Emma Kennedy Jun 22
Day9: The tiny polyps of coral work together depositing limestone to build these large intricate whirly 'leaf-like' coral colonies. On the reef they look like underwater cabbage patches! Coral is vulnerable to and
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IPSO Aug 15
temperature 'surprises' are becoming more common. Researchers highlight the need to account for in . via
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Emma Kennedy Aug 15
Day56: "inch for inch, the most dangerous fish in the ocean" may look cute but these territorial terrors pack a punch! Among the most diverse & abundant fish, found their early development is affected by
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Ellen Husain Media May 14
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Mundus maris asbl Aug 14
, increase methylmercury toxin in The researchers warn that human exposure to the toxin through fish consumption is bound to increase as a result of .
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Colleen Bove Apr 3
Excited to share my new manuscript that just came out today in about the effects of and on Caribbean !
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SlakjesHuis Apr 21
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dr. sarah cooley Jun 28
Since matters in , what if this we start calling the combo of , , and the of the ocean?
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ClimateTrade Apr 18
, and sea-level rise are all consequences of a system that is polluting the world and putting life on earth, and under water, at risk.” Gabriel Grimsditch.
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Sarah Seabrook May 21
On a habitat scale, around 90% of corals on the reefs of Mo’orea are bleached. 30% severely bleached and 10% mortality. The waters have cooled but the impacts continue.
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Peter Gardner Jul 3
Baked Alaska: record heat fuels wildfires and sparks personal fireworks ban
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Karl Vilacoba Apr 18
Striking animations by panelist Vince Saba of NOAA showing north & west migration of fish species due in part to . ~ At ’s , Coasts & Communities Symposium
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Scott Ling Mar 27
A den of 25 eastern rock lobsters (Sagmariasus verreauxi) inside the Governor Island Marine Reserve, Bicheno, Tasmania. This species is shifting south from New South Wales as coastal waters continue to warm
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Colleen Bove Jul 24
Today I *FINALLY* got my first peak at my transcriptomic data from my and experiment! Exciting times ahead as I see how these corals reacted to simulated global change.
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Christopher Cornwall Dec 15
Prototype of new experimental system my PhD student Erik Krieger is setting up at VUCEL to grow coralline algae for long time periods under different climate change scenarios. Almost complete!
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Gippsland2020 Apr 24
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ICCDI AFRICA Mar 12
The major concern is that the oceans have warmed significantly as a consequence of manmade , so that marine heatwaves have become more frequent and will likely intensify over the coming decades. Photo: TODAYonline
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ECO Magazine Aug 12
The impact of ocean warming on fisheries - are fishers facing a future of declining fish stocks?
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Jeff Clements May 27
Full day of measuring, weighing, tagging (nail polish), and placing mussels into their exposure chambers today. Nice to get the exposure period underway!
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