Tag Archives: marine biology

New heat-tolerant algal species discovered in Abu Dhabi corals

Abu Dhabi: A new species of algae has been discovered in the coral reefs off United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) capital Abu Dhabi, an organism that helps corals survive seawater temperatures of up to 36 degrees Celsius, temperatures that Continue reading New heat-tolerant algal species discovered in Abu Dhabi corals

“Leading Edge” with Host Jimmy Johnson Will Be Featuring Education in Marine Biology in an Upcoming Segment

Marine biology is the study of all things living in water. From the greatest fish in the sea to the algae that produces more oxygen than any other plant on Earth, understanding how these animals and vegetation live and what impact humans have on these living species is vital to prolonging the life of not only these creatures and plants, but also the environment as it is today. Continue reading “Leading Edge” with Host Jimmy Johnson Will Be Featuring Education in Marine Biology in an Upcoming Segment

New French-Chilean Joint Unit to Study Marine Algae

To strengthen collaboration in the fields of ecology and marine evolutionary biology, the CNRS, UPMC and two Chilean universities signed an agreement on 17 March 2014 for the creation of an International Joint Unit (UMI). Called EBEA, ‘Evolutionary Biology and Ecology of Algae’, the new structure… Continue reading New French-Chilean Joint Unit to Study Marine Algae