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Coral Reefs

01/23/2015 Lasers Help Metal Resist Rust and Ice Remembering the Moment Black Holes Went Mainstream Conserving Cuba’s Coral Reefs Behind the Scenes of the Explorers Club Scientists Engineer Bacteria With Genetic 'Kill Switch' Journeying to the Building Blocks of the Solar System Put Down Your Phone, Give Your Brain a Break ARCHIVE 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 SUBSCRIBE Podcast JAN. 23, 2015 Conserving Cuba’s Coral Reefs A healthy stand of elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) in Cuba's Gardens of the Queen. Photo by David E. Guggenheim Listen Later on Stitcher The Carysfort Reef of Key Largo, Florida, has lost 95 percent of its coral cover since 1975. But 150 miles to the south, coral reefs on the southern coast of Cuba are flourishing. #FullPodcastAvailable #Podcasts


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