How the sounds of Cuba's reefs could save the world's corals
By Daniel Hentz
BOSTON — As climate change worsens, the world’s coral reefs continue to fail at staggering rates. But in Cuba, years of strict environmental regulations have given these ecosystems a fighting chance. In 2017, scientists at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute were given a rare opportunity to study the pinnacle of reef health – a marine park known as Jardines de la Reina. There, they studied the reef’s sounds, which promise to be a step toward preserving what’s left among one of the world’s true underwater treasures.