Coral Support

As Ocean Reefs Die, Teams Race to Slow Acidification

Coral reefs have seen much better days. From the United States Gulf Coast to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, ocean water temperature and acidity levels are rising quickly, triggering the bleaching of vast reefs and killing much of the sea life that depends on them. Scientists from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies estimate that over one-third of the coral in the Great Barrier Reefs northern and central section is dying or dead.
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