by Ryan Koronowski Apr 26, 2016
The reefs can't catch a break.
by Eric Holthaus – Guest Contributor Apr 12, 2016
“There’s a good chance that this reef will never be the same."
by Katie Valentine Feb 25, 2016
This is bad news for coral, because as oceans get more and more acidic, coral could begin to dissolve faster than it can be rebuilt.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 17, 2015
Good management could combine with the natural resilience of coral reefs to help them survive.
by Jess Colarossi Oct 21, 2015
Research has shown that a chemical found in almost every chemical-based sunscreen used in the United States is linked to coral destruction.
by Jess Colarossi Oct 8, 2015
NOAA predicts that by the end of 2015, almost 95 percent of U.S. coral reefs will have been exposed to ocean conditions that can cause corals to bleach.
by Emily Atkin Mar 24, 2015
But will the plan be enough?
by Katie Valentine Aug 28, 2014
The decision is a "result of the most extensive rulemaking ever undertaken by NOAA," according to the agency.
by Emily Atkin Jul 29, 2014
"Yes, I'm concerned," lead researcher Charles Fisher said. "The ocean is under a lot of pressure ... and the deep sea is starting to feel it as well."
by Katie Valentine May 16, 2014
The study points to the need to protect and restore coral ecosystems.