1. Marine life and coral reefs at the Red Sea Project, Saudi Arabia  blooloop
  2. The first step to conserving the Great Barrier Reef is understanding what lives there  Phys.org
  3. Deep beneath the high seas, researchers find rich coral oases  Science Magazine
  4. Rethinking Artificial Reef Structures through 3D Clay Printing  ArchDaily
  5. Project Phoenix: DNA unlocks a new understanding of coral  Phys.org
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Look at this photo of two coral skeletons below. You'd be forgiven for thinking they're the same species, or at least closely related, but looks can be deceiving. These two species diverged tens of millions ...

The first step to conserving the Great Barrier Reef is understanding what lives there

Researchers hope first survey of reefs in international waters will bolster conservationResearchers hope first survey of reefs in international waters will bolster conservation

Deep beneath the high seas, researchers find rich coral oases | Science | AAAS

Scientists have developed a new genetic tool that can help them better understand and ultimately work to save coral reefs.

Project Phoenix: DNA unlocks a new understanding of coral

“The longer the ocean stays warmer, the more likely coral bleaching will occur,” said Mallory Morgan of the Bureau of Statistics and Plans.“The longer the ocean stays warmer, the more likely coral bleaching will occur,” said Mallory Morgan of the Bureau of Statistics and Plans.

Guam's coral reefs placed under warning alerts because of heat stress