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Recent Blog Post

Coral bleaching in a global index

Published 2016-04-19

In a world of growing scientific knowledge and an explosion of data, it is a difficult task to synthesize a high number of studies to make conclusions that drive political, management, and research decisions. In the field of coral reef science, the literature on coral bleaching and the susceptibility of corals to thermal stress is rapidly expanding. In an attempt to gather and group this information for coral reef conservation, Swain and colleagues (2016) have conducted a major meta-analysis of the coral bleaching data currently available and created a “global index” of the most sensitive... (more)