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Pierre Fidenci
Source: Mongabay.com
September 23, 2010

It is one of the most worrisome observations: fast massive death of coral reefs. A severe wide-scale bleaching occurred in the Philippines leaving 95 percent of the corals dead. The bleaching happened as the result of the 2009-2010 El Niño, with the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia waters experiencing significant thermal increase especially since the beginning of 2010.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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We continue the MACNA picture barrage with the help from OCREEFMASTER‘s incredible photography. Today we couldn’t be more overwhelmed with the number of Acanthastrea lordhowensis species bursting through our screen. So without any more words, please see what we mean. Keep your drool towel on standby: Acan lords are the most common of the Acanthastrea [...] Related posts:
  1. Symphyll-Me?
  2. Bi-Weekly Species Profile: Acanthastrea lordhowensis
  3. Stylo-sh You Are

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Posted in Fragd.It category
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The Coral Aquarist Research Network (CARN) is a young program launched in the UK to combine the efforts and knowledge of three unique groups of stakeholders, all in the name of coral. Hobbyists, industry representatives and researchers each share a common interest but seldom have the opportunity to share their knowledge outside their respective peer [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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Coral bleaching is likely in the Caribbean in 2010, according to new research. With temperatures above-average all year, NOAA's models show a strong potential for bleaching in the southern and southeastern Caribbean through October that could be as severe as in 2005 when over 80 percent of corals bleached and over 40 percent died at many sites across the Caribbean.

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Posted in ScienceDaily.com category
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Today on Reef Builders we’re putting one very exciting giveaway where our mouth is: Following the MACNA conference a few weeks back we wrote an editorial which addressed our concern about where all the young reefers have gone. In an effort to practice what we preach, we’re targeting the giveaway of a top of the [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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Posted in CORAL.org category
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The Hydor Slim Skim internal protein skimmer is a highly anticipated reef aquarium filter product which we can’t wait to see become available. The Slim Skim was first showed off in the U.S. at the MAX show back in April and although it is already available in Europe, it is still not yet available in [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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The following post is a classic which we originally posted way back in April 2009. It features fish which are still so rare that this post is definitely worth another turn. Ballina, semicinctus and conspicillatus angelfish, Amphichaetodon butterfly, latezonatus clownfish and more are all centerfolded in Frank Baensch’s Blue Reef Photography website. If you have [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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