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Scientists have discovered a new coral reef species from the remote Gambier Islands in French Polynesia.
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Researchers have for the first time shown a clear link between the speed at which corals grow, and pollution caused by human activity.
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Sweden`s only remaining cold-water coral reef, the Sacken reef in the Koster Fjord, may become extinct, warn scientists.
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Now, explore the world of beautiful reefs at a click of a button as Google has added the corals to their maps for the first time.
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Clear evidence of major changes taking place in the Great Barrier Reef, off Australia, have emerged, based on satellite measurements of sea surface temperatures.
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Overfishing and nitrate pollution can destroy coral reefs by allowing an overgrowth of algae that can choke off oxygen and disrupt helpful bacteria.
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Scientists have found that a part of Great Barrier Reef, world`s largest coral reef has been growing at a rapid rate in sediment-laden marine environments, a condition believed to be detrimental to reef growth.
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Top marine scientists have sounded an alarm over the plight of coral reefs worldwide and the livelihood of millions of people dependent on them.
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Intense climate change drove coral reefs to a total ecosystem collapse lasting thousands of years, a study has revealed.
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Seagrass could help reduce the acidity of water surrounding coral reefs, protecting them from erosion, scientists have found.
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Cardinal fish can go to great lengths to protect their young. That means starving or even putting up with a jealous spouse - and often, dying young for their sake, a study reveals.
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