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Combined impacts of sea surface warming, local runoff pulses, and meso-scale Caribbean gyres on coral reef rehabilitation success: Lessons learned to cope with climate change
(External Scientific Advisory Committe (ESAC), 2009-11)
Low-tech coral aquaculture methods have been successfully used in Culebra Island, PR, since year 2003 to propagate threatened staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis). Harvested corals are being used through the Culebra Island ...
Coral reef ecosystem collapse in Puerto Rico: Combined impacts of long-term local anthropogenic factors and climate change
(External Scientific Advisory Committe (ASEC), 2009-11)
Coral reefs are under increasing threats that have undermined their resistance ability to disturbance, their ecological functions and their ecosystem resilience. A combination of long-term impacts by natural factors (i.e., ...