The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
March 2017

Stanford biologists identify ancient stress response in corals

Monitoring a newly discovered group of genes in coral could predict when they are under stress and might bleach. The approach could improve conservation strategies for at-risk coral reefs.
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Story

October 12, 2016

Future of antarctic marine protected areas at risk

Efforts to adopt effective marine protected areas in the Southern Ocean, a global commons containing the world’s most pristine marine ecosystems, are being thwarted by political infighting and fishing interests.

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Event

October 8, 2016

Converging Currents: Where Art and Science Meet

Join MARINE for an evening dedicated to exploring the integration of art and science.

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Story

August 31, 2016

Hawaii’s Coral Reefs take Center Stage as Papahānaumokuākea National Monument becomes largest Marine Protected Area in World

President Obama declared the expansion of the Papahānaumokuākea National Monument off the Hawaiian islands in response to a proposal developed by elected officials, Hawaiian cultural leaders, industry representatives, and scientific experts—including two from Stanford University.

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Story

August 18, 2016

Ocean Tipping Points Project researchers bring their science to stakeholders of Hawaii’s coral reefs

Members of the Ocean Tipping Points project hosted a town hall and gave several presentations about their science and management research at the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium.

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