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A look inside Andrew Baker's coral genetics lab

A look inside Andrew Baker's coral genetics lab

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  • “ © Ron Chapple Studios | Dreamstime.com”
  • “ © Dejan Sarman | Dreamstime.com ”
  • “ © Ron Sumners | Dreamstime.com”
  • Coral Reef From Above “ © Yegor Korzh | Dreamstime.com”
  • Coral Reef “ © Ilan Ben Tov | Dreamstime.com”
  • Unhealthy Coral Reef Photo courtesy of Reef Relief.org
  • Black band disease Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com
  • Ocean pollution “ © Nael_pictures | Dreamstime.com”
  • Market Fish “ © Ronyzmbow | Dreamstime.com”
  • Air pollution “ © Slidepix | Dreamstime.com”
  • Air Pollution “ © Adisa | Dreamstime.com”
  • Dried Up Swamps “ © Leschapouilles | Dreamstime.com”
  • Melting Glaciers “ © Hugo De Wolf | Dreamstime.com”
  • Pacific Ocean “ © Karolina Zavtrikovaite | Dreamstime.com”
  • Caribbean Ocean “ © Olga Bogatyrenko | Dreamstime.com”
  • Vincent Pieribone, PhD The John B. Pierce Laboratory JBPierce.org
  • Ocean research vessels “ © Linda Morland | Dreamstime.com”
  • Atmocean upwelling technology Atmocean.com
  • Andrew C. Baker The University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science RSMAS.miami.edu
  • Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science RSMAS.Miami.edu
    • Thousands of coral samples from more than 20 countries
    Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Coral samples
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Coral samples
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
  • Lab manager Roxane Boonstra
  • Coral blasting with a metal airbrush Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Boonstra prepares a slide for the UV ray simulator
    Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Boonstra and Cunnings ready the UV ray simulator
    Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Cunnings manipulates algal DNA
    Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Boonstra manipulates algal DNA
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Baker’s lab
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Corals spawning
    • Photo courtesy of Flickr.com
    • Corals spawning
    • Photo courtesy of Flickr.com
    • Corals spawning
    • Photo courtesy of Flickr.com
    • Diving for coral larvae
    • Photo courtesy of Flickr.com
  • Boonstra in Baker’s lab Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
  • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Lab-grown coral in outdoor tanks
    • Photo by Rachel Kolokoff
    • Healthy coral
    Photo by Mary L. Frost
    • Unhealthy Coral
    Photo courtesy of Flickr.com
    • Healthy coral
    • Photo by Kevin Roland
    • Unhealthy coral