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Will we still have coral reefs 100 years from now?

Since 1980, most coral reefs have experienced at least three episodes of coral bleaching, triggered by global warming. Mass mortality of corals due to bleaching represents a radical shift in the disturbance of tropical reefs, representing a fundamental challenge to the long-term future of these iconic ecosystems. In this talk, Professor Terry Hughes — this year’s A.G. Huntsman Award recipient for Excellence in Marine Sciences — will answer that question during a special, free lecture:
· Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018, 7 pm
· Ondaatje Hall, Marion McCain Building, 6135 University Avenue, Halifax
· Wine and cheese reception to follow
· All are welcome