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Buzo observa la Barrera de Coral

¿Qué está matando a la barrera de coral más grande del mundo?

Link between fossil fuels and Great Barrier Reef bleaching clear and incontrovertible

preserving the natural beauty of the world is one of the most important things we can ever hope to do

The powerful before-and-after photographs were shared as evidence of ocean acidification at the 2012 International Coral Reef Symposium in Australia. Please help spread awareness!

El Niño turned the driest place on Earth into a colourful ocean of life

The Atacama desert is experiencing a rare springtime bloom of flowers after the heaviest rainfall in two decades earlier this year, caused by El Niño weather system. The desert is usually one of the driest places on Earth.

History of coral bleaching events

Scientists speculate that the era of never-ending global coral bleaching may have already arrived, decades early.By Eric HolthausDocumenting the dead coral

Save the whales, stop the Japanese whalers.

Fighting for Wales: It’s called the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary for a reason.

Great Barrier Reef Australia - rare deep sea Nautilus shell - floating at Heron Island - by Catlin Seaview Survey

Catlin Seaview Survey have undertaken a unique scientific expedition to reveal the Great Barrier Reef to the world - in a way that it has never been seen.

rachel carlson

The 12 Environmentalists Everyone Should Know

Rachel Louise Carson (May 1907 – April was an American marine biologist and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.

A before and after image of coral bleaching in American Samoa. The first image was taken in December 2014, the second in February 2015.

A Massive Global Coral Bleaching Event Is Now Underway And It Could Have Devastating Consequences

A before and after image of the coral bleaching in American Samoa. The first image was taken in December The second image was taken in February 2015 when the XL Catlin Seaview Survey responded to a coral bleaching alert.

Coucou!!

A Stromb - these little shells are everywhere at Heron Island Australia with their little eyes looking back at you.

Learn how to use your camera underwater to take photographs in the ocean! http://www.thewanderinglens.com/underwater-photography-how-to-take-split-landscape-photos/

Underwater Photography: How to Take Split-Level Photographs

25 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

25 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

large goldfish displayed in a bag at a street stall of the Mong Kok Goldfish Mkt in Hong Kong~the Atlantic

The same reef before, during and after a coral bleaching event in American Samoa (Credit: Credit: XL Catlin Seaview Survey)

Indonesia’s real-life Robinson Crusoes

By James MoylanWe have just seen a huge coral bleaching event critically impact sections of the northern Great Barrier Reef. The seriously damaged areas stretch all the way from Papua to Cairns.

Monday Bites: Coral Bleaching, Drought News, and Doomed Dinosaurs

Monday Bites: Coral Bleaching, Drought News, and Doomed Dinosaurs

Corals are losing their tolerance to bleaching, a report card for drought response, tree heart attacks, and

Swim Through the Oceans at Your Desk With Google's 360-Degree Seaview | Philippe Cousteau (grandson of the famous underwater explorer Jaques-Yves Cousteau), who had joined the team to film a documentary, uses the Survey's support scooter near Wilson Island on the Great Barrier Reef. The huge Porites coral on the right is estimated to be over 500 years old.  | Credit: Catlin Seaview Survey | From Wired.com

Swim Through the Oceans at Your Desk With Google's 360-Degree Seaview

Swim Through the Oceans at Your Desk With Google's 360-Degree Seaview | Philippe Cousteau (grandson of the famous underwater explorer Jaques-Yves Cousteau), who had joined the team to film a documentary, uses the Survey's support scooter near Wilson Island on the Great Barrier Reef. The huge Porites coral on the right is estimated to be over 500 years old. | Credit: Catlin Seaview Survey | From Wired.com

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