Could Deep-Sea Reefs Provide Refuge for Climate-Stressed Coral?

https://e360.yale.edu/digest/could-deep-sea-reefs-provide-refuge-for-climate-stressed-coral

A team of marine biologists have discovered nearly 200 species of Great Barrier Reef corals living in a deep-sea reef off the northeast coast of Australia — more than six times what researchers previously believed to be living there, according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The findings make the Australian coral colony the most diverse deep-water reef in the world.

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Original Title: Could Deep-Sea Reefs Provide Refuge for Climate-Stressed Coral?
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