Over the last 30 years, half of the world’s coral reefs have suffered significant damage due to climate change and acidification. The last three years have been the worst. Major coral bleaching events, which happen when water temperatures are too high, have occurred in the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean and in some parts of the Red Sea.
Original Title: Red Sea Coral can Survive Climate Change, but not Sewage and Excess Nutrients
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