The first publication of work conducted entirely in the Sclero Lab is out today in L&O Letters. Sclero-lab alumnus Hanna Mantanona used Raman spectrometry to analyze coral skeletal cores with prominent bleaching-induced stress bands. Using the Raman data, Hanna calculated calcifying fluid saturation states before, during, and after the bleaching events. And the results were, well, surprising! Saturation state increased during the bleaching, and remained elevated afterwards. This paper will be a key contribution to the literature not because it provides all the answers (we don't fully know the mechanism behind this observation), but because it refutes existing notions in the literature and raises new questions. Way to go, Hanna!