Global warming slows coral growth in ...

Global warming slows coral growth in Red Sea

There are 1 comment on the Science Blog story from Jul 15, 2010, titled Global warming slows coral growth in Red Sea. In it, Science Blog reports that:

In a pioneering use of computed tomography scans, scientists at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have discovered that carbon dioxide -induced global warming is in the process of killing off a major coral species in the Red Sea.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Jul 16, 2010
Just one more brick in the wall...

I wonder if the coral provides shelter for any fish young. The overall ecological 'simplification' may be more than the coral alone.

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