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Recent Blog Post

Modeling the Future of Reefs

Published 2017-01-10

Photo: van Hooidonk et al. 2016 The Paris Agreement, signed by 196 nations in 2016, signaled a turning point in the road to a low-carbon economy and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Countries involved in this agreement aim to limit global temperature increases to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. This effort has important implications for the future of important but vulnerable ecosystems, including tropical coral reefs. In light of this international effort, scientists recently published a study using global climate models to generate projections of the future of coral reefs under the... (more)