Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef.
Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef. Don Kincaid Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Scientists fear a global bleaching event that has now become the largest on record could hit Florida’s 220-mile reef tract, the nation’s only shallow inshore reef. Don Kincaid Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Global coral bleaching could land heavy blow on Florida’s recovering reefs

June 21, 2016 11:09 AM