Learn how Florida Seasons Impact Coral Reef Health with coral reef researcher and Pura Vida Divers Instructor Haley Davis!
In Florida, we don’t really experience seasons in a traditional sense. Rather, we have grown accustomed to year-round warm weather. In fact, there are a few non-traditional seasons that Floridians observe. We measure the year by rainy season, and hurricane season.
Although it may not feel like there’s a big change in Florida’s weather, the transitions that occur throughout the year do have an impact below the surface, on our coral reefs.
Join us to learn how these seasonal changes impact coral reef health. Sign up for the social night and tune in via Zoom as we learn about research happening right here in South Florida.
HOW FLORIDA SEASONS IMPACT CORAL REEF HEALTH
MEET HALEY DAVIS
Image courtesy of Haley Davis.
Haley is a Masters Candidate at Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. She is currently researching coral health and stress responses.
You may also recognize Haley as one of our PVD Pros! Haley can be found teaching a range of courses on the weekend. Check out an article she wrote about Rescue Skill Modifications for Divers Alert Network.
Can’t get enough of coral? We can’t either! Coral is an interesting and essential marine animal. That’s right, coral is an animal.
Uncover cool coral facts and learn even more with the Coral Reef Conservation Specialty.
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