Corals in deep-sea environments fluoresce to ‘amplify’ the amount of light they receive, and generate critical photosynthesis in symbiotic algae.
It’s IVF, Jim, but…. Mary Hagedorn is preserving coral biodiversity with giant condoms
How robots could be used to help restore the natural beauty of coral reefs…
Crazy over coral. Passionate about polyps. Eliot Barford tells us why Darwin was right to call coral reefs the ‘oases of the ocean’.
Coral reefs around the world are rapidly being degraded by a number of human activities including over-fishing, coastal development, and the introduction of sewage fertiliser and sediment. Climate change is also a major cause of coral reef destruction. Coral reefs are often described as “the rainforests of the sea”, as they are home […]