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How Scientists Are Coping with the Death of Coral Reefs

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Nov 30, 2017.

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    Hurricanes, disease, pollution, acidification, overfishing, and rising sea temperatures are but a few of the dangers coral reefs today face. How are people who devote their lives to coral reef conservation coping with the daily barrage of bad news? The collapse of reefs around the world is taking a toll on the mental health of people who work to save them. Some try to find solace in taking action, while others find resilience in the support of their colleagues.

    Read more here (story #4).

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