Efforts to save Florida’s coral reefs from extreme ocean heat
On this edition of Your Call's One Planet Series, we discuss efforts to save Florida’s coral reefs from an unprecedented bleaching event.
The recent high water temperatures off the coast of South Florida, which is home to the largest living barrier reef in the continental United States, has alarmed scientists about the future of coral reefs.
Dr. Ian Enochs, the lead of the Coral Program at the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
The Washington Post: As Florida ocean temperatures soar, a race to salvage imperiled corals