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Study | Safe havens for coral reefs likely to shrink in coming years

In 2015 and 2016, record ocean temperatures triggered coral bleaching events around the world — from Hawai‘i to the Caribbean to Australia — turning once-healthy polyps into ghostly skeletons. But some reefs managed to remain intact due to the cooling effects of upwelling and ocean currents.


According to a new study, these special coral reefs, called “refugia,” could disappear in the very near future as human-induced climate change continues to heat up the world.


https://news.mongabay.com/2022/02/safe-havens-for-coral-reefs-will-disappear-as-oceans-warm-study-says/

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