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Drastic Reductions in Global Carbon Emissions is Required to Save Coral Reefs – AZoCleantech

A new study performed on the growth rates of coral reefs demonstrates that there is still a ray of hope to save the coral reefs of the world—but time is running…

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Written by AZoCleantechMay 11 2021
A new study performed on the growth rates of coral reefs demonstrates that there is still a ray of hope to save the coral reefs of the world—but time is running out.
Saving coral reefs requires immediate and drastic reductions in global carbon emissions. Photo of Bleached reef at Yamacutta Flat by Morgan Pratchett. Image Credit: ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.
The international study was started at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies…

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