Over Half A Million Corals Destroyed By Port Of Miami Dredging

Over Half A Million Corals Destroyed By Port Of Miami Dredging

A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


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Pride Month kicks off this weekend, and it's a special one. June 2019 coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which are widely regarded as the beginning of the modern LGBTQIA+ rights movement. To celebrate, the Arsht Center is throwing a kiki with RuPaul's Drag Race star Shangela along with many of Miami's most impressive drag queens.


Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


Over Half A Million Corals Destroyed By Port Of Miami Dredging, Study Finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

Researchers show dredging caused widespread damage to Florida's coral reefs Credit: UM Rosenstiel School and Miami Waterkeeper MIAMI-A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


Over Half A Million Corals Destroyed By Port Of Miami Dredging, Study Finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds | Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

Researchers show dredging caused widespread damage to Florida's coral reefsCredit: UM Rosenstiel School and Miami Waterkeeper MIAMI--A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that re ...


Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

MIAMI--A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

Over half a million corals destroyed by port of Miami dredging, study finds

May 30, 2019 by Diana Udel, University of Miami A team of researchers including scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, published new findings that reveal significant damage to Miami's coral reefs from the 16-month dredging operation at the Port of Miami that began in 2013.


PortMiami Dredging Killed a Half-Million Corals, New Study Shows

PortMiami Dredging Killed a Half-Million Corals, New Study Says

Coral reefs are more than just unique, irreplaceable ecosystems full of the earth's natural wonders - studies show they also act as natural storm-surge barriers that help break up gigantic waves before they steamroll over cities such as Miami. A recent study said Florida's reefs protect at least $1.6 billion in real estate.


Volunteers help restore Virginia Key

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