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Popular/Scientific Articles

Scientific Articles


Popular Articles

Noreen Parks, Ocean Acidification Bad for shells and Reefs, Science now, September 28, 2005;

Helen Altonn, Reef studies gauge global warming threats. Higher concentration of carbon dioxide slow coral growth, Star Bulletin, October 18, 2005, Vol. 10, Issue 291;

Kate Melville, Carbon Dioxide 1, Coral Reefs 0, Science a Go Go, February 21, 2006;

Chris Langdon, Coral reef in peril, The Miami Herald, June 21, 2006;

Juliet Eilperin, Growing Acidity of Oceans May Kill Corals, The Washington Post, July 5, 2006, P A01;

Caspar Henderson, The other CO2 problem, New Scientist, August 5, 2006;

Elizabeth Kolbert, The darkening sea. What carbon emissions are doing to the oceans, New Yorker, November 20, 2006;

Anonymous, Corals and Climate Change, Science Daily, August 23, 2007;

Staff Writers, Corals and Climate Change, Terra Daily, August 28, 2007;

Ben Leach, Summer Sun, Bleaching’s Begun. Scientists worry that warming water could endanger the Great Barrier Reef, Scienceline, October 31, 2007;

Elizabeth Weise, Scientists: Global warming could kill coral reefs by 2050, USA Today, December 13, 2007;

Christian Howard and Barbra Gonzalez, Coral Stress Test. University of Miami’s Climate Change Lab Gives Corals a Fighting Chance, Business currents, March 2008;