Marine Biology and Ecology

Marine Biology and Ecology

Over Half a Million Corals Destroyed by Port of Miami Dredging, Study Finds

Researchers show dredging caused widespread damage to Florida’s coral reefs

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Marine Biology and Ecology

Study finds Ultra Music Festival stressful to fish

UM Rosenstiel School researchers found high cortisol levels in toadfish during music festival

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Marine Biology and Ecology

New Study Finds Unique Immunity Genes in One Widespread Coral Species

Study may help explain how corals deal with stress under future climate change scenarios

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Marine Biology and Ecology

New Study Found Deep Sea Chemical Dispersants Ineffective in Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Research demonstrates the deep plume formation is unrelated to subsea dispersants

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Marine Biology and Ecology

University of Miami and Key Biscayne officials meet to address the recent threat of red tide in waters off Miami

University of Miami and Key Biscayne officials meet to address the recent threat of red tide in waters off Miami.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2018/10/taking-proactive-steps-to-stay-informed.html