Some Coral Reefs Less Vulnerable to Rising Sea Temperatures

Some Coral Reefs Less Vulnerable to Rising Sea Temperatures

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New research highlighting coastal locations where coral can better withstand rising sea temperatures, a leading cause of stress to coral reefs, may guide efforts to conserve the largest living structures on Earth.

The findings hold promise for an estimated 100 million people living along the coasts of tropical developing countries whose livelihoods and welfare depend directly on coral reefs, but are currently under threat from climate change…

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