The giant OceanXplorer ship explores the depths of our oceans, crewed by people trying to expand our knowledge of the deep sea.
“Our reefs may not be as pretty or colorful as those in Australia or the Maldives, but they are very, very resilient.”
The unexpected discovery is the tallest structure found in the Great Barrier Reef in 120 years.
The affected area in Hawaii extends 11,000 square feet and will take “years to recover.” The charges amount to less than the cost of renting the yacht for two days.
Forecasts for the largest living structure on Earth have become "devastating," scientists say, and the coral carnage will be even more widespread than the last mass bleaching in 2016-2017.
The technique has shown promising results, and researchers hope it could be used to restore parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
An underwater volcanic eruption created a huge raft that will evolve into a traveling habitat for many sea creatures.
Deep-sea mountain ranges were once ravaged by intensive fishing. After decades of federal protection, scientists returned to find life.
The live corals have been destroyed by illegal fishing methods, climate change and high levels of pollution dumped into the seas, says the country’s state-owned marine protection body.
The LarvalBot is an experimental technology that could revive damaged and dying parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
Coral doesn’t have to be doomed, we just have to actually try to save it.
You could be flushing money down the toilet—along with your dead fish.