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Researchers and Volunteers Fight Lethal Coral Disease, Part I

This is the first of a two part series about the work of scientists and volunteers who are fighting a coral disease that is ravaging Virgin Islands reefs.

Youth Ocean Explorers Help Combat Coral Disease

This summer students in the Youth Ocean Explorers program at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) will continue battling the devastating Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease.

Cinnamon Bay Campground to Reopen in December, Friends Learn

The Cinnamon Bay Campground in the Virgin Islands National Park is expected to reopen in December, Superintendent Nigel Fields announced at the annual meeting of the Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Lethal Coral Disease Spreads to St. Croix

An epidemic under the sea that is spreading more rapidly than COVID-19 among humans continues to make waves for marine biologists.

Lethal Coral Disease Spreads from St. Thomas to St. John

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to dominate the news as it takes its toll on human life. Now, some marine biologists in Florida and the Caribbean are also concerned about another epidemic – one that’s raging under the sea.
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UVI Grad Student Testing New Techniques for Coral Restoration

Dan Mele, a graduate student working on a master’s thesis in the marine and environmental science program at UVI, is testing a new coral planting method.
Erin Muller of the Mote Marine Laboratory talks about coral reef diseases last week. (Source photo by Susan Ellis)

NPS Speaker Says Reef Diseases Affecting V.I. Coral

Diseases are devastating coral reefs around the world and local and regional scientists are searching frantically for cures and preventative measures before the reefs disappear and the fish disappear along with them.

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