Reef Manager's Guide to Coral Bleaching
A Reef Manager's Guide to Coral Bleaching is the result of a collaborative effort by over 50 scientists and managers to: (1) engage in information-sharing in the areas of coral reef science and management for climate change and coral bleaching; and (2) compile a management tool kit of currently available strategies for adaptive management of coral reefs in a changing climate. The result is a compendium of current information and tools to aid managers in their efforts to protect reefs in a way that will maximize their resilience to climate change.
- U.S. Coral Reef Task Force Coral Reefs and Climate Initiative (NOAA, DOI)
- Assessment of Climate and Pollution Stressor Interactions for Coral Reefs (WWF)
- Problem Formulation Report for the Assessment of the Consequences of Global Change for Aquatic Ecosystems
- Information Tools for Assessing the Ecological and Socioeconomic Implications of Climate Change for Coral Reef Management
- Climate Change and Interacting Stressors: Implications for Coral Reef Management in American Samoa