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Dear Sanctuary Officials …

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Those of you involved with the proposed expansion of the Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary will likely remember I served on numerous NOAA and Coral Reef Sanctuary committees. I...

Key West teen chosen to attend State of the Union to talk about environment

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Marsella Munoz is not your typical 16-year-old at Key West High School. While she spends some of her time studying, reading, hanging out with friends and volunteering...

Responses to the Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Ana Zangroniz, Miami-Dade County Extension Agent at UF/IFIS Sea Grant Extension, joined Coral Restoration Foundation for its December “Sips and Science” lecture. The dynamic scientist used humor...
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CRF, Mote kick up restoration efforts in 2019

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Sometimes, the news from the reef can feel heavy and hopeless. Between record coral bleaching, overuse of ocean resources, toxic runoff, and now a mystery coral disease,...
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Mote’s new “Reef Revival” Program

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Mote Marine Laboratory has partnered with Captain Hook’s Dive Center in Big Pine to put the tools for coral restoration into our hands. During the new “Reef...
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Citizen-Scientists + New Tech = Hope for Reefs?

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In October, Explorer’s Club scientists tested a variety of new technologies at Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo. Among the researchers was mission specialist Kyle Foster, an...
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Spooky Corals! Zombie, Glowing and Chimera Corals at Mote ready for Halloween

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Holidays in the Keys tend to be a mix of traditional and tropical, with Santas in Hawaiian shirts, boat parades for the Fourth of July and SCUBA...
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Let’s Talk (Coral) Sex: Mote researchers tackle coral spawning asynchrony to make “coral babies”

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Hanna Koch and her team at Mote’s International Center for Coral Reef Research and Restoration (IC2R3) facility on Summerland Key play coral matchmakers to help our coral...
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Study reveals key contributor to coral health problem

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Environmental stressors like warming water temperatures are contributing to massive coral death, scientists say. But a recent study with three decades of data collected from Looe Key...
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