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“In today’s environmental situation we are facing an increase in the intensity and frequency of disturbance whether it is from storms and stronger weather events like El Niño, pollution, or large-scale factors such as climate change. We are finding that these disturbance events have disproportionate impacts on the health and mortality of certain species, and we need to understand this better in order to predict how changing environmental conditions will alter coral reefs in the future.”

John Burns, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Marine Science
Founder of the Multiscale Environmental Graphical Analysis (MEGA) Laboratory

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