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Human pathogen killing corals in the Florida Keys
Date:8/18/2011

nvestigate the ecology of white pox disease in the Florida Keys. The five-year study will focus on mechanisms of transmission of the coral pathogen and the factors that drive the emergence and maintenance of white pox outbreaks, including water quality, climate variability and patterns of human population density. "We are concerned that disease incidence or severity may increase with rising temperatures," Lipp said, "reinforcing the importance of protecting near-shore water quality in a changing climate."


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Contact: Beth Gavrilles
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706-542-7247
University of Georgia
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