December 20, 2012

Ocean Acidification: Good News for Corals

Anna Salleh, ABC Science


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Ocean acidification may not affect some corals as badly as previously thought, suggests a new study.

Marine biologist Dr Steeve Comeau, of the California State University, and colleagues, report their findings today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

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TAGGED: Coral Reef, Ocean Acidification

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