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A biological House of Cards

Why estimate biodiversity? Why do we even care? The total biodiversity can be used to represent the total amount of information we can learn. The gap between the number of species currently known and the estimated total number of species … Continue reading

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American Samoan Reefs Hold on for Now, but Worst is Yet to Come

In 2015, reefs in American Samoa saw the worst of that year’s bleaching in February [1]. In 2016, they seem to be holding on. Last time we looked at how the natural resilience of American Samoa’s corals are helping stave … Continue reading

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