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Recent Blog Post

Are corals becoming more resilient to stress?

Published 2018-08-09

Photo: Ji Hoon Justin Han In a new study, published in the journal PeerJ, scientists replicate a set of experiments from the 1970s to test whether corals on reefs in the Pacific are acclimatizing or adapting to increased thermal stress. Coral reefs around the globe are experiencing more frequent and severe high temperature events, which can lead to a bleaching response, in which corals lose their symbiotic algae. Bleached corals, which appear white after losing their zooxanthellae, can die if the environmental conditions do not improve. In the 1970’s, a set of experiments was... (more)