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How is Climate Change Affecting Coral Reefs And What it Means For Us

Much like beavers who contribute to the structure of their terrestrial habitats, corals are ecosystem engineers. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Suzanna Burgelman

Science Writer, Frontiers

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Future predictions of change in adequate habitats for the three Atlantic stony corals. Map (A) shows the most optimistic climate scenario, (B) the moderate scenario, and (C) the most pessimistic. The dark grey shows no change in the number of species. Image: Silas Principe

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