Close-Up Of Coral Bleaching Event

Close-Up Of Coral Bleaching Event

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Ecologists have shed light on exactly what happens to coral during periods of excessively high water temperatures.

Their study documents a coral bleaching event in the Caribbean in minute detail and sheds light on how it changed a coral’s community of algae, a change that could have long-term consequences for coral health, as bleaching is predicted to occur more frequently in the future…

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