Chief Posted September 17, 2010 Share Posted September 17, 2010 Source: NOAA September 16, 2010 For the first time, scientists have linked mild water temperatures during the preceding winter period with outbreaks of coral diseases on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. By studying satellite measurements of unusual sea surface temperatures, the international team of scientists also examined the magnitude of stress upon corals from unusually warm temperatures, particularly in summer, and confirmed a strong relationship with coral disease outbreaks. read more More... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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