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Coral reefs at severe risk as world's oceans become more acidic - USA TODAY

Part of the Great Barrier Reef exposed to more CO2; results are ... - Ars Technica

Premium Protection: Why Insurers Are Eager to Cover Coral Reefs ... - News Deeply

Reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change ... - Science Daily

Why insuring a coral reef is a good idea | MNN - Mother Nature ... - Mother Nature Network

Mexican coral reef and beach get unique insurance policy against hurricane damage - Reuters

Map shows how humans and nature affect Hawaii's coral reefs - Futurity: Research News

Acidic Oceans Could Stunt the Growth of the World's Coral Reefs by 2100, Researchers Say - The Weather Channel

Coral reefs at risk of dissolving as oceans get more acidic: study - Reuters

Coral Reef News ScienceDaily

Reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change

Coral reef experiment shows: Acidification from carbon dioxide slows growth

Staying clean keeps seafish smart

No fish story! Research finds marine reserves sustain broader fishing efforts

New mutant coral symbiont alga able to switch symbiosis off

First evidence of surprising ocean warming around Galpagos corals

Innovative restoration of coral reefs helps protect Caribbean islands

New study sheds light on the the dark side of Hong Kong's most lucrative seafood trade

Coral reefs are in trouble: How can people adapt?

Scientists pinpoint how ocean acidification weakens coral skeletons

ReefBase ~ News & Updates

Establishing a Region-wide System of MPAs in Coral Triangle region

WorldFish provides overview of Marine Protected Area management in Malaysia

Coral Triangle Atlas October 2012 Training Workshop

Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, 2012 is now available in ReefBase

Coral Triangle Atlas will be at Cairns 2012

The first Coral Triangle Day, 9 June 2012

SocMonitor's April 2012 newsletter is released

Coral Triangle Atlas Beta Version is launched

The 2nd Coral Reef Management Symposium on Coral Triangle Areas

1st anniversary SocMonitor issue