Posts Tagged ‘coral disease’

Lethal Stony Coral Disease Can Be Transmitted by Sediments

The researchers found that disease-inoculated sediments were able to transmit SCTLD pathogens, resulting in visible signs of the disease in as little as 24 hours.

03 Mar 3:55 PM 1 Read More...

New DipX Coral Bath from Red Sea

Everyone loves adding a new coral, but no one loves its unwelcome “hitchhikers”, which are often invisible to the naked eye and can spread to other corals. So how do we prevent that from happening? Meet DipX, from Red Sea.

10 Sep 1:54 PM 0 Read More...

Yale Environment 360 Highlights Scramble to Save Coral Reefs

Journalist Ret Talbot offers a “state of the coral reefs” and highlights research efforts to identify what can be saved in the face of worsening conditions for coral reefs.

08 Feb 12:05 PM 0 Read More...

NOAA Fisheries Files Draft Recovery Plan for Elkhorn and Staghorn Corals

The recovery plan contains nearly two dozen actions necessary to achieve the plan’s goals, including steps to enhance the population by actively outplanting of corals back on the reef after they have been grown in nurseries.

11 Sep 3:53 PM 0 Read More...