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Researchers are engaging social science to help solve some of the world's biggest environmental problems.

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Some corals have been found to have the ability to survive in harsh environments, according to new research. The researchers report previously unrecognized species diversity that had been was hiding some corals' ability to respond to climate change.

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New research has found a type of coral reef called Octocorals, previously thought to have diminished off the east coast of the U.S. in the Gulf of Maine, has been recently discovered surviving in dense coral garden communities in more than one location.

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Biologists have reported on the impact of fishing on a group of fish known to protect the health of coral reefs. The report offers key data for setting management and conservation targets to protect and preserve fragile coral reefs.

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Unlike other marine species, the corals are still capable of adapting under current circumstances of sea acidification. “The first models indicated that the coral reefs would disappear midcentury, but our study reveals that corals are adapting to the ocean’s acidification that has increased since the industrial revolution”, the head researcher notes.

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A new study highlights the potential for fish communities in marine reserves to resist climate change impacts better than communities on fished coasts.

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A team of researchers has shown that ocean warming may reduce the swimming ability of many fish species, and have major impacts on their ability to grow and reproduce.

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One of the largest and longest experiments ever done to test the impact of nutrient loading on coral reefs today confirmed what scientists have long suspected -- that this type of pollution from sewage, agricultural practices or other sources can lead to coral disease and bleaching. But there was unexpectedly good news - when you cleaned up the water, the corals recovered.

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