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Tracking and Managing Predicted Massive Coral Bleaching in Hawai‘i

NOAA scientists are helping the State of Hawai‘i track and manage the extent of predicted coral bleaching events around Hawai‘i.
September 10, 2019 - Feature Story ,
A woman scuba dives atop a coral reef in the tropical waters of Kona, Hawaiʻi. Credit: Christine Shepard.

Allowable Octocoral Closed Area Fishery Management Area Map & GIS Data

Map and GIS data representing the allowable octocoral closed area to protect South Atlantic corals.
June 27, 2019 - Map ,
This is a map of the allowable octocoral closed area to protect South Atlantic corals.

This is a map of the allowable octocoral closed area to protect South Atlantic corals.

Oculina Bank HAPC and Experimental Closed Area Fishery Management Area Map & GIS Data

Map and GIS data representing the Oculina Bank Habitat Areas of Particular Concern (HAPC) and experimental closed area in the South Atlantic Region.
June 27, 2019 - Map ,
This is a map of the Oculina Bank HAPC and experimental closed area in the South Atlantic Region

This is a map of the Oculina Bank HAPC and experimental closed area in the South Atlantic Region

Coral Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) Map & GIS Data

Map and GIS data representing EFH for coral in the Gulf of Mexico.
June 25, 2019 - Map ,
This is a map of coral essential fish habitat in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a map of coral essential fish habitat in the Gulf of Mexico.

Ocean Month 2019

Dive into our online campaigns and features during Ocean Month.
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Coral Reefs in the Pacific

Providing scientific information to support ecosystem approaches to management and conservation of coral reefs.

Literature Cited in Pocillopora meandrina Coral 90-Day Finding

Alphabetical listing of all documents cited in 90-day finding.
October 29, 2018 - Other Reports ,
Literature Cited P meandrina 90-day finding

Coral Health and Threats in the Pacific Islands

Similar to coral reefs around the world, corals in the Pacific Islands are especially vulnerable to changing climate, diseases, and human impacts.