Coral Bleaching James, stephanie, Kenley, & Savannah

  • Facts
  • Coral Bleaching is the endosymbiotic algae loss in the coral. It's from expulsion or algae pigmentation.
  • Above average sea water temperature caused by global warming can result in coral bleaching.
  • Bleached corals can still live
  • Prevention
  • Minimize the use of chemically enhanced fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides, and herbicides.
  • Practice safe and proper disposal of industrial waste.
  • Before Pictures

After Pictures

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