99% of coral reefs could disappear if we don't slash emissions this decade, alarming new study shows
Coral reefs have long been regarded as one of the most significant ecological casualties of global warming. Image: Unsplash/ Biorock Indonesia
Scott F. HeronAssociate Professor in Physics, James Cook University
Peter KalmusData Scientist, NASA
Maria BegerAssociate Professor in Conservation Science, University of Leeds
Adele DixonPhD Candidate in Coral Biology, University of Leeds
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