Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef.
Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef. Don Kincaid Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef. Don Kincaid Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

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June 21, 2016 10:57 AM

Global coral bleaching could land heavy blow on Florida’s recovering reefs

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