Palau Coral: Glimmer of Hope

Coral reefs are the largest living organism on the planet, home to an incredible amount of biodiversity, but corals around the world are in trouble with widespread bleaching events and disease outbreaks due to rising ocean temperatures. A team of scientists heads to the Western Pacific Island chain of Palau to unlock the mysteries of species that may contain a secret of adaptation for survival. Amongst the many gloom and doom stories about corals and our warming oceans, Coral: Glimmer of Hope embarks to tell a positive story about the future of the world’s coral reefs.

 

 

 

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A film by: Gaelin Rosenwaks

Global Ocean Exploration, Inc

 

Scientists in the film:

Dr. Dustin Kemp

Dr. Todd LaJeunesse

Dr. Robin Smith

Tim Bateman

Elise Keister

Hannah Reich

Kira Turnham

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