By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, March 24 (Reuters) - Climate change is likely to make reef-building stony corals lose...
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The findings of Toth et al. indicate that, as we know from paleoecological studies of earlier eras, our modern coral reefs are supremely sensitive to subtle changes in climate even in the absence of local impacts like fishing and pollution.
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