Amid a sea of depressing news on coral reefs, examples of healthy reef fish populations could help drive new understanding for conservation efforts. A comprehensive study published in Nature earlier this year […]
Greenland’s contribution to sea-level rise
The below picture for this blog post is a powerful image of how the Atlantic ocean will cover New York City’s Wall Street if we allow the world to rise four degrees Celsius. This article explores […]
Could climate change bring coral reefs to Alabama?
Put yourself in the most optimistic–perhaps bordering on naïve–state of mind that you can. Now imagine that Mobile, Alabama has just become the nation’s premier scuba diving destination. Rising ocean temperatures have […]
Ocean acidification and the worst mass extinction in geologic history
Most of us know that sixty-five million years ago (mya) the dinosaurs, along with an estimated seventy-five percent of all species on earth, became extinct. Lesser known, is the even more catastrophic […]