Marine heatwaves devastate ecosystems and the coastal communities that rely on them. Weeks, months or years of unusually warm waters can bleach corals, spur harmful algal blooms and wipe out seaweeds. They might kill or strand marine animals and disrupt food webs and fisheries1. Billions of US dollars are lost to such events around the world each year2.

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