It's time to take a more holistic view of coral reef health

It's time to take a more holistic view of coral reef health

There are lots of headlines out there about massive bleaching events destroying the world’s coral reefs. Millions of dollars are spent annually toward conservation and restoration efforts for those imperiled reefs, which have huge impacts on ocean health as well as the health of the human communities that rely on them. But a new paper from a coral expert suggests that researchers need to pay more attention to what keeps corals healthy—not just what makes them sick.

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