Corals more resilient to climate change than earlier believed

Reef-building corals may be more resilient against climate change than previously thought and some species are able to survive an increase in seawater acidity, even though it strips the individual coral polyps of their protective calcium carbonate skeletons, a new study by an Israeli zoologist has revealed.

Dailyindia.com, 30 March 2007. Article.

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