Water temperature 77.9F. These two colonies appears to be 99-100% recovered. Others are still bleached here and there. Some smaller colonies are taking longer to recover.
Water temperature 78.8F. Certainly more and more recovery across the reef. Some colonies are still bleached white, but recovery is progressing.
More improvements. other mound coral colonies in the area are still completely bleached, but these are improving nicely.
Water temperature 78F
Water temperature 78.8F . More recovery progress.
Water temperature 80F. Mound coral recovery are progressing. Other corals that have not died, with algae growing surface, are showing small brown areas that are more saturated in color.
Water temperature 81.5F . Comparison of recovery on these two mound coral colonies. There is more greenish brown at the upper right of the kidney-shaped colony on the left and foreground. These photographs were made seven days apart. Elsewhere, small signs of recovery are noted, however, the percentage of coral death is large. Corals that are covered with green algae and dark brown are likely to be dead.