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Whispering Silent🌳🌲🌴 Apr 20
Replying to @SanaMeraj9
Coral Reefs: - rising co2 levels are making oceans more acidic - which stops coral absorbing the nutrients it needs to grow - while warming waters causes reefs to bleach and die - over 50% of the world's coral reefs have died in the last 30 years
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June Martin Mar 23
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Sarah Hatton Feb 15
Tipping Point, my made of over 7,000 . Portrait by rawdslr, 2020. @ Visual Voice Gallery
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Mrs. Welch Nov 18
We had a Google Meet with scientists from the Coral Reef Restoration Foundation. We learned that coral reefs are dying everywhere. They are growing new coral in the Florida Keys and it will be attached to the reefs. 🐠🐟
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Sarah Hatton Jan 31
“Point of order” by Sarah Hatton, 2019. Artistic call to action for our and , threatened by & plastic pollution. are repeated en masse, to create a symbolic, skeletal reef 🌎
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badgalQ May 20
coral reefs are dying and i had no idea🥺
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Coral Reef Alliance Apr 6
A wonderful quote from Jaques Cousteau for . Remember that we are all in the same boat.
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SEU Ocean Cleanup May 25
Happy ! Check out this infographic about the relationship between and coral reefs.
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Vulcan Inc. Jan 12
For your Sunday read: What fuels a coral reef, scientists say this little ones may be the secret.
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Frontier Belize Apr 23
Coral reef surveys- we measure coral density, species diversity, presence of disease and bleaching, percentage of alive colony’s, and colony height and width.
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Frontier Belize Apr 18
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11 Years Apr 22
Happy Earth Day! Take care of the planet while you stay healthy during this time. No planet. No life.
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Kelly Griese Apr 13
PARENTS! If you have , you should absolutely watch “Dolphin Reef” with your kids. It is beautifully shot and scripted, as well as educational and funny. Your kids will love it and learn a lot about how reefs work.
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Coral Reef Alliance Mar 31
MPAs are a great tool for ocean conservation, but their success relies on effective management with stakeholders. Learn how we're working with local communities to establish successful MPAs that in our blog post at !
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Amy Fries Nov 17
“In general, life is sparse in tropical seas; except for in & around the coral reef, which is the underwater equivalent of an oasis in the desert.” G Singer
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Zaw May 27
Save our Coral Reefs. Save Earth.
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Roger Germann May 23
One of the most important ecosystems on the planet. Thanks for working to save them. We're doing our part too at
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Coral Reef Alliance Apr 15
A study from the Univ. of HI, Manoa found that the genetic diversity of coral populations on inshore reefs that are impacted by water quality pollution is lower than the diversity of populations found offshore. ... .
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oceanrebels Dec 30
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leo fz1 Mar 22
The effects of coral bleaching are evident all around the coastline of Bahia.
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