[Coral-List] NOAA's Predictability Model

Alan Strong Alan.E.Strong at noaa.gov
Fri Oct 22 10:17:17 EDT 2010


Unfortunately the reports coming in from that region (Barbados to Dutch 
Antilles) have not been good.  Bleaching is still underway and although 
some relief has been seen to the north and west from decreased 
insolation and somewhat higher wave activity much of the region has 
experienced thermal stress this year....for the southeastern region 
results show more potential for stress than in 2005.


On 10/21/2010 11:43 AM, Rudy Bonn wrote:
> I was curious as to whether or not NOAA's Predictability models for severe bleachinig in the southeastern Caribbean are holding true to the predictions for this month.  Is there any severe bleaching taking place, and if so, where exactly.  thanks
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