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Author Topic: [FEED]Facilitating coral restoration  (Read 69 times)

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[FEED]Facilitating coral restoration
« on: April 06, 2018, 04:13:33 AM »
Facilitating coral restoration

Global declines of coral reefs -- particularly in the Caribbean -- have spurred efforts to grow corals in underwater nurseries and transplant them to enable recovery. However, current approaches rarely incorporate the key ecological reef processes critical to facilitating restoration and improving the odds of success. In a new paper, scientists advocate for the integration of essential natural processes to exploit dynamic ecological forces and drive recovery of coral reef ecosystems.
Source: Facilitating coral restoration

 

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