Previous BREAM news articles in the Royal Gazette re-linked

Below are restored links to BREAM news articles in the Royal Gazette from 2000 to 2009 that were lost when the newspaper changed their website.

Bermuda's reef healthy despite global warming

coral reefs to continue thriving while others have succumbed to the effects of global warming and El Nino.
DATE: May 22, 2000

Giving the ocean a medical

A new project launched by the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo will help pinpoint the healthiest areas of the ocean that surround the Island. Today is World Oceans Day and along with the Bermuda Reef Ecosystem Assessment and Mapping (BREAM)...
DATE: June 08, 2004

Bermuda could be a 'Noah's Ark' for reefs

Bermuda's coral reefs are in such good shape compared to the Caribbean that they could be used as a "Noah's Ark" to re-populate destroyed reefs elsewhere. That was the positive news from Dr. Thad Murdoch of Bermuda Zoological Society (BZS), who is...
DATE: July 01, 2008

Coral reefs are Bermuda's 'crown jewels'

The Island's coral reefs are its "crown jewels" and should be protected at all costs, say two leading scientists. Dr. John Ogden and Dr. William Precht have spent the past few days diving Bermuda's reefs to report on their health at a global summit,...
DATE: July 04, 2008

The coral that lies beneath the waves

A TEAM of scientists was on the island this week in the lead-in to a prestigious conference discussing coral reefs around the world. Hosted by the Bermuda Zoological Society, the group spent much of its time diving on various reef sites. Their...
DATE: July 04, 2008 |

The importance of taking a vast 'snapshot' of Island's coral reefs

Scientists have produced an aquatic road map of our underwater realm, which will not only help divers and marine users but assist in the protection of our coral reefs for future generations. The Bermuda Reef Ecosystem Assessment and...
DATE: August 18, 2008

Island featured on Google Earth site

People around the globe can now dive into the beauty of Bermuda's aquamarine waters from their laptop. The Island's marine treasures are featured in the latest version of Google Earth, launched yesterday on the World Wide Web. Bermuda is one of 11...
DATE: February 03, 2009

 Scientists moving coral away from King's Wharf

Coral is being moved from a 100-year-old wreck to a new home to prevent damage by cruise ships. A team is removing the coral on the wreck of a tug that was used to build the King's Wharf, in Dockyard, and which is next to the new cruise ship pier.

DATE: March 20, 2009



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