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Common Antibiotic Effective in Healing Coral Disease Lesions

BY GISELE GALOUSTIAN | 4/22/2021 Diseases continue to be a major threat to coral reef health. For example, a relatively recent outbreak termed stony coral tissue loss disease is an apparently infectious waterborne disease  known to affect at least 20 stony coral species. First discovered in 2014 in Miami-Dade County, the disease has since spread throughout the […]

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In Need of Rescue: Florida Coral Rescue Center Established to Help Save Florida Reefs

A diverse team of wildlife experts comes together to save corals in a unique public / private partnership, led by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums with involvement from Disney Conservation, the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, NOAA Fisheries, and SeaWorld.  Orlando, FL (April 14, 2021) – A […]

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NFL Green Teams up with Greater Cleveland Aquarium for World Premiere of 100 Yards of Hope

The world premiere of 100 Yards of Hope, a documentary about the unique Super Bowl restoration of a football field-sized coral reef, will debut during NFL Draft week in Cleveland, the host city of this year’s Draft. The film features the work of FORCE BLUE, a team of retired Special Operations military divers dedicated to saving America’s […]

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Coral Reef Restoration with Professor Andrew C. Baker Ph.D. from RSMAS University of Miami | Protecting Coral Reefs & Making Them Resilient‪

Today we talk to Professor Andrew C. Baker, Ph.D. from the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami. We talk about his work with coral reefs, especially those around the city of Miami. He is working extensively on coral reel restoration and finding ways to protect them from natural and […]

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