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May 19, 2017

Corals That Grow Faster in Warm Water Could Beat Climate Change

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Corals that grow faster in warm water could beat climate change


By Michael Le Page – Read more

Corals normally expel the algae living within them – a process called bleaching ¬– if stressed by water 1°C warmer than the usual summer maximum for several weeks. However, a coral common in the northern part of the Red Sea can thrive even at temperatures 2°C higher than the present maximum in the area

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