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Scientists use NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch to monitor coral reefs

Wed, 23 Aug 2000 22:22:44 EDT
Corals start to feel stressed when the sea surface temperature is more than 1°C above the average we expect to see in the hottest month. Even more important for corals is build-up of warm-water stress over time. Details...




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