Media coverage

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US plans to protect thousands of miles of coral reefs in Pacific and Caribbean by Rachel Fritts

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Hungry parrotfish crucial to healthy reefs by Farahnaz N Solomon

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Conservation Paleobiology Research Highlight


Caribbean coral reef decline began in 1950s and 1960s from local human activities

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ASU researchers shine at world’s largest science meeting by Joe Caspermeyer

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Coral reefs: Centuries of human impact

The Washington Post

240-year-Old Nautical Maps Show Coral Loss is Much Worse than We Knew by Ben Guarino

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography News, Rise of Aggressive Reef Predator From Overfishing May Impede Sea Urchin Recovery, Study Finds

Scripps Institution of Oceanography News, Study Finds Parrotfish are Critical to Coral Reef Health

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Research Highlights, Parrotfish Loss Drives Reef Decline

Smithsonian Insider, Coral Reefs Grow Faster, Healthier When Parrotfish are Abundant, by Beth King

To Make a Tropical Paradise, Start with Parrotfish Poop, by Amy McDermott

Biosphere Magazine, Parrotfish are Key to Coral Reef Survival, by Alex Evans

Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Science News, Study reveals Agriculture and Fishing Cause Coral Reef Decline by Cristina Wu

Scripps Oceanography researcher Katie Cramer and the molluscs used in the study.

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Research Highlight: Agriculture and Fishing Cause Coral Reef Decline by Cristina Wu


Dot Earth blog, New York Times, Protecting Parrotfish on the Path to a Caribbean Reef Revival by Andrew C. Revkin


Crítica newspaper, Panama, Estudio revela que humanos han alterado los ambientes terrestres y marino-costeros by Delfia Cortez


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Q&A: Katie Cramer on the long term human impact on coral reefs in Caribbean Panama by Emily Grebenstein

Smithsonian Institution E-Torch blog, Building on the past to save the future of the coral reef by Emily Grebenstein

scrippslogoScripps Explorations, Declines in Caribbean coral reefs pre-date climate change damage by Chris Palmer


Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Coral contains a message by Beth King

logotipoUniversity of Panama,En Panamá, los humanos han alterado el ambiente muchísimo antes de lo que pensábamos by Javier Hurtado