Some corals can survive in acidified ocean conditions, but have lower density skeletons

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190626171230.htm

Coral reefs face many challenges to their survival, including the global acidification of seawater as a result of rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. A new study shows that at least three Caribbean coral species can survive and grow under conditions of ocean acidification more severe than those expected to occur during this century, although the density of their skeletons was lower than normal.


Original Title: Some corals can survive in acidified ocean conditions, but have lower density skeletons
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