Marine Biology and Ecology

Marine Biology and Ecology

Matchmaking scientists look to Honduras for new coral parents to help Florida’s reefs survive climate change

Historic coral breeding effort marks new era in coral research and reef restoration

http://news.miami.edu/rosenstiel/stories/2024/06/matchmaking-scientists-look-to-honduras-for-new-coral-parents-to-help-floridas-reefs-survive-climate-change.html


Marine Biology and Ecology

Previously uncharacterized parasite uncovered in fish worldwide

Using genome reconstruction, scientists unveiled a once “invisible” fish parasite  present in many marine fish world-wide that belongs to one of the most important groups of parasites at a clinical level. However, it had gone unnoticed in previous studies. The parasite is geographically and taxonomically widespread in fish species around the planet, with implications for commercial fishing and oceanic food webs.

http://news.miami.edu/rosenstiel/stories/2024/06/previously-uncharacterized-parasite-uncovered-in-fish-worldwide.html


Marine Biology and Ecology

University of Miami, Royal Caribbean Group, and Inter Miami CF team up to bring 'Coral Gardening' to South Florida community

University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science’s Rescue a Reef coral restoration program celebrates World Ocean Day with a new coral restoration site creating over a thousand coral colonies

http://news.miami.edu/rosenstiel/stories/2024/06/university-of-miami-royal-caribbean-group-inter-miami-cf-team-up-to-bring-coral-gardening-to-south-florida-community.html