Technical Bulletin Year 2 No. 2 - May, 2024 / June 6th, 2024

Analysis of the risks of thermal stress in marine ecosystems and massive coral bleaching during 2024 / Análisis de los riesgos de estrés térmico en los ecosistemas marinos y de un blanqueamiento masivo de corales durante el 2024
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Technical Bulletin Year 2 No. 1 - April, 2024 / May 6th, 2024

Analysis of the risks of thermal stress in marine ecosystems and massive coral bleaching during 2024 / Análisis de los riesgos de estrés térmico en los ecosistemas marinos y de un blanqueamiento masivo de corales durante el 2024
(Spanish Version)

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Sociedad Ambiente Marino (SAM) was established in the year 2001 as a scientific and community-based, non-profit environmental organization in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, USA, with the mission of fostering the conservation and restoration of marine resources. In the year 2004, SAM officially became a not-for-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Service rules a 501 (c)3. SAM’s mission is guided by the principle that social wellbeing significantly depends on the sustainable use and management of natural resources. SAM fulfills its mission through a combination of efforts and services, including scientific research, coral reef restoration, marine mitigation, public education, outreach, and advocacy.

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We aim to promote local economic development and coastal resilience by leading in
marine rehabilitation, conservation, scientific research and education.

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San Juan PR 00931-2158

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What drives us

Aid in the conservation and management of our marine resources

Rehabilitate ecological function and services of degraded marine habitats

Contribute towards the understanding of the dynamics of restored marine habitats

Estimulate local economies by establishing partnership with key stakeholders

Increase public awareness about the importance of marine resources