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New research has found that hurricane activity is "clustered" rather than random, which has important long-term implications for coastal ecosystems and human population. Tropical cyclones and hurricanes have a massive economic, social and ecological impact, and models of their occurrence influence many planning activities from setting insurance premiums to conservation planning.

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Daniel Strain
Source: ScienceNOW
October 17, 2011

""Attack of the killer seaweed" may sound like a cheesy horror flick, but for many coral species, murderous multicellular algae have become real-life villains. A new study of reefs in the South Pacific suggests that some algae can poison coral on contact. This chemical warfare may be increasing the pressure on struggling reef communities worldwide, researchers say.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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Scientists for the first time have identified and mapped the chemical structure of molecules used by certain species of marine seaweed to kill or inhibit the growth of reef-building coral.

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The Ecotech RF expansion module for the Reef Angel controller is the latest accessory for the only open aquarium controller on the market. The new RF module designed for EcoSmart Vortech pumps will join the Reef Angel’s two channel dosing pump and relay expansion module as part of a small but growing roster of add [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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At first glance the KEY LED K3 LED aquarium light looks like any other Chinese box LED light but looking at some of the specs and features, its good to see the K3 LED taking a step away from the massive array of white and blue 1W LEDs. Included in this version is the ability [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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We’ve already showed you the new tiny media reactors that CPR has been working on for quite some time, and after using both the mini and nano media reactors for a little bit, we can tell you that the active churning pattern of the biopellets is no coincidence. We’ve already seen CPR’s video of the [...]

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Durie Rainer Fong
Source: The Star
October 17, 2011

Semporna, Malaysia - "Fifty divers, including international participants, took part in a coral planting event in Sabah's east coast district.

Held under Astro Kasih's Beautiful Malaysia programme, the divers, who also comprised 25 Astro Kasih staff members, planted 777 individual corals at Ribbon Reef in Tun Sakaran Marine Park near Bohey Dulang Island, about an hour's boat ride from here.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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Curtis Morgan
Source: The Miami Herald
October 16, 2011

"Out on Carysfort, Molasses, Hens and Chickens reefs off the Keys, the boulder, brain and fire corals are starting to rebound from the latest bout of bleaching after a summer simmering in an Atlantic once again running hotter than normal.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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