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Helping corals survive in the Red Sea

Helping corals survive in the Red Sea

Helping corals survive in the Red Sea

Recent increases in global water temperatures are causing a progressively detrimental effect on marine life and ecosystems in our oceans. Human activities generating excess greenhouse gas emissions have resulted in an increase in the average sea surface temperature of approximately 0.13 C per decade over the past 100 years, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Read more >>> Read more

2020 RED SEA SUMMER PROGRAM

2020 RED SEA SUMMER PROGRAM

2020 RED SEA SUMMER PROGRAM

KAUST's Marine Science program will be hosting a three-week summer course from July 12th to 30th, 2020. The course will highlight a range of topics relevant to the Red Sea Research Center's work, including genomics, microbiology, ecology, environmental science, biological oceanography, and geoscience. Read more >>> Read more

Simple framework helps future ocean studies

Simple framework helps future ocean studies

Simple framework helps future ocean studies

A range of information is collated through a simple framework that will help marine scientists to design more accurate experiments that will better help them understand the projected impact of global warming on marine life. Read more >>> Read more
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