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Why reefs matter

January 31, 2017

Title: Why reefs matter no matter where you live Author: Justin Baumann You’ve probably heard that coral reefs are in worldwide decline. If you read this blog that probably matters to you intrinsically, which is great. But what if you were … Continued

Seminar: Dr. Constance Rogers-Lowery, Catawba

November 9, 2016

UNC Marine Sciences’ Post-Doc Sarah Davies hosts a seminar on Coral Physiology presented by Constance Rogers-Lowery, Ph.D. of Catawba College. The seminar title is: Effects of Ocean Acidification on Early Life Stages of Coral.

Seminar: Dr, Dustin Kemp, UAB

October 26, 2016

UNC Marine Sciences’ Assistant Professor Karl Castillo hosts a seminar presented by Dustin Kemp, Ph.D. Seminar Title: Modern challenges for coral reefs: Functional traits and genetic diversity of Indo-Pacific and Caribbean coral Presenter Affiliation: University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of … Continued

Research Seminar: JP Rippe

September 26, 2016

A research seminar presented by UNC MASC Graduate Student, JP Rippe. Title: Assessing Historical Growth and Connectivity of Coral Reefs at Multiple Scales Throughout the Caribbean Basin Abstract: Over the past three decades, coral reefs in the Caribbean Sea have experienced severe … Continued