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Disney conservation grant supports coral reef research : University ...

Disney conservation grant supports coral reef research : University ... | Coral Reef Biome | Scoop.it
UH Manoa Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology awarded a grant from the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund to support reef project.
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Coral reef decline linked to overfishing of sharks - Digital Journal

A simple case of cause and effect may be why the world's coral reefs have been trending towards decline. According to a new study, the killing of too many sharks is also killing the population of herbivorous fish that keep reefs ...
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VIDEO: Lionfish infestation in Atlantic Ocean a unstoppable epidemic? Can Wipe Out Coral Reefs

VIDEO: Lionfish infestation in Atlantic Ocean a unstoppable epidemic? Can Wipe Out Coral Reefs | Coral Reef Biome | Scoop.it

CNN October 19, 2013

The Atlantic Ocean is picturesque and the fish are vividly amazing. But a serious problem lurks: the lionfish. Katie Linendoll reports special for CNN... 

The venomous, fast reproducing fish are aggressive eaters and will consume anything and everything, gorging so much they are actually getting liver disease. With no known predators -- except human beings -- they can wipe out 90% of a reef. "The lionfish invasion is probably the worst environmental disaster the Atlantic will ever face,"... http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/18/tech/innovation/lionfish-infestation-atlantic-linendoll/

 

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OVERFISHING UNLEASHES A SCOURGE OF SEA URCHINS ON REEFS http://sco.lt/7j87mb

 

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HOW THE CORAL REEF WILDLIFE TRADE IS DEGRADING CORAL REEFS http://www.scoop.it/t/our-oceans-need-us/p/2452598153/how-the-coral-reef-wildlife-trade-is-degrading-coral-reefs

 

"CORAL REEFS: UNDERWATER PHARMACIES" http://sco.lt/733VaL

 

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November 6, 2013
3-D PRINTING OCEAN REEF MIGHT SAVE ECOSYSTEMS (NO, REALLY) http://www.care2.com/greenliving/3-d-printing-ocean-reefs-might-save-ecosystems-no-really.html

 

 

AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF WE STAND TO LOSE - IN BEAUTIFUL PICTURES  http://sco.lt/6q4ykD

 

MOTION IN THE OCEAN: THE PULSE OF THE CORAL OCEANS http://sco.lt/8oi22z

 

 

Water World, October 29m 2013
NATURAL CORAL CHEMICALS PROTECT AGAINST WARMING OCEANS http://www.terradaily.com/reports/Coral_chemicals_protect_against_warming_oceans_999.html

 

-▶  OUR OCEANS ARE DYING:  MASS EXTINCTION MAY BE INEVITABLE http://sco.lt/7dy5iL

 

 


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C: This is current because it is from th 29th of October

R: The information is relevant beacuse it pertains to the coral reef topic. This is good for people looking for information on the coral reef.

A: The information is from CNN which is a world known news source.

A: The information is very accurate due to the individuals who worked on it.

P: The purpose of this video is to explain the biome at hand. 

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New study suggests coral reefs may be able to adapt to moderate climate change

New study suggests coral reefs may be able to adapt to moderate climate change | Coral Reef Biome | Scoop.it
ICYMI: New study suggests #coral reefs may be able to adapt to moderate #climatechange http://t.co/8PnUQotMej | http://t.co/dqfvxW52aN
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Gorgeous Pic of a Coral Reef ... FROM SPACE - Slate Magazine (blog)

Gorgeous Pic of a Coral Reef ... FROM SPACE - Slate Magazine (blog) | Coral Reef Biome | Scoop.it
Gorgeous Pic of a Coral Reef ... FROM SPACE
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Luca Parmitano is an Italian astronaut currently on board the International Space Station, sailing over the world at a height of 415 kilometers (257 miles).

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C: This picture is taken by an astronaut currently on the ISS. Sept. 11th

R: It is relevant because it gives a diffrent perspective on the coral reef.

A: The article is given ethos because it is take by the ISS which is globaly recognized as a honest institution

A: The information is very accrate because it is just a picture with a description.

P:The purpose is to get a better view of how the coral reef looks from teh sky.

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Michelle White's curator insight, September 11, 2013 1:55 AM

Is this sustainable?

Michelle White's comment, September 11, 2013 1:55 AM
No!