Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
An international expedition from the Schmidt Ocean Institute has revealed the presence of two pristine, cold-water coral reefs growing alongside the walls and bases of several seamounts over 1,000 feet below the surface.
Annual coral spawning has begun on the outer Great Barrier Reef, with researchers set to analyse the next generation of corals.
The most common cause of coral bleaching is warming ocean temperatures due to climate change.
USC Dornsife researchers studying a common Caribbean coral’s ability to adapt to rising temperatures turn up an unexpected result.
Scientists uncover which genes make coral more resistant to a deadly disease, another step on the road to industrial-scale coral farming.
A new study proposes a solution to a question that perplexed Darwin: How do corals thrive in barren seascapes?
As the toll from Maui’s catastrophic wildfires continues to climb, experts warn the disaster also poses a grave threat to the coral reefs and delicate ocean ecosystems that surround the devastated town of Lahaina.
Scientists now fear a global bleaching event, with Florida leading the way. No immediate end is in sight to the unprecedented marine heat wave stressing the state’s coral reefs, raising fears the heart-rending losses seen here may portend a global…
A new program in Hawai‘i, known as Ākoʻakoʻa, will focus on restoring 193 kilometers (120 miles) of coral reefs off the west of the Big Island, which have been in decline for the past 50 years.
A new project in the Caribbean is setting out to save coral reefs – and the world.
They are majestic and beautiful and critical to the world economy. Coral reefs, often called the “rainforests of the sea,” support roughly 25% of all known marine species.
Ocean warming can trigger viral outbreaks that impact coral reefs, according to the newly published research.