Here is a video i’ve just uploaded that pieces together a fascinating presentation given by Dr Todd LaJeunesse at Heron Island Research Station earlier this year as part of the Coral Reef Targeted Research meeting. Todd is a great speaker, and the presentation (a little under 30 minutes in length) is a great watch for anyone interested in coral reefs under climate change. This is the first of a series of videos and lectures that I am currently editing and uploading on coral reefs and climate change – watch this space over the coming weeks. Also, see more of Todd’s work over at the The Symbiosis Ecology and Evolution Laboratory.


2 Responses to Online Reefs (Part I): Climate change and 'Survival of the Fittest' among coral-algal symbiosis

  1. Alicia Crawley says:

    This is very well edited, Ove. We should run international conferences like this to help curb our emissions!

  2. OveHG says:

    Thanks Alicia!

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