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Studies Shed Light on Collapse of Coral Reefs


May 28, 2009

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An explosion of knowledge has been made in the last few years about the basic biology of corals, researchers say in a new report, helping to explain why coral reefs around the world are collapsing and what it will take for them to survive a gauntlet of climate change and ocean acidification. Full Story

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