The sub-surface automated dual water sampler (SAS) was designed to help scientists study water chemistry on shallow reef habitats.
The National Coral Reef Monitoring Program gauges the status and trends of coral reef health through long-term measurement of key variables.
A high resolution monitoring product has been developed that maps current ocean acidification in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico.
A new version of the Ocean Acidification Product Suite maps current ocean acidification on the East Coast of the United States.
Climate change has both thermal (warming) and chemical (ocean acidification, OA) ramifications for coral reef ecosystems.
Studying the influence of fluctuating sea temperatures on the growth and health of corals around the world, and comparing the in situ data with satellite-measured data in an effort to improve satellite algorithms.
Climate change impacts have been identified as one of the greatest global threats to coral reef ecosystems. As temperature rise, mass bleaching, and infectious disease outbreaks are likely to become more frequent.
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