Tag Archives: coral reefs

Making the most of the Blue Planet generation

Recent years have seen a new type of diver emerge; one who wants more than just a chance to see a coral reef with their own eyes, and who feels empowered to make a difference in the growing struggle to protect these ecosystems for the future.

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Can noisy reefs attract more fish and crustaceans?

A study on sound recordings of reef noise from different habitats has revealed that the highest quality reefs are also the noisiest, potentially attracting more larval recruits using sound to orient towards reefs

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Is there a future for coral reefs in acid oceans?

Research into the multiple environmental factors affecting coral reefs and how these factors interact is bringing a greater understanding as to how these fragile ecosystems are likely to fare under increasingly acid ocean conditions

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High street cleaners

The story of the cleaner fish provides an insight into complex interspecific behaviours and an early warning of the state of our coral reefs

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Understanding the drivers of coral bleaching for better reef management

Research on habitat variation on Indonesian reefs is providing key information on the tolerance of coral under stress that will lead to better management of reefs, particularly in light of predicted climate change impacts.

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