Self-regulating corals protect their skeletons against ocean acidification

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Scientists have found a species of coral living in a dynamic reef system, which is able to protect itself from the impact of ocean acidification. Ocean acidification, caused by rising carbon dioxide, is one of the greatest long-term challenges facing reefs. It reduces coral's ability to form their skeletons and build reef structures....
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