Climate Change Could Be Breaking a Natural Coral Reef Thermostat — Hakai Magazine

The 2,300-kilometer Great Barrier Reef fringing Australia’s northeast coast might function like a giant thermostat, regulating the temperature of its environment. Yet as scientists work to uncover more about this built-in mechanism, climate change might be breaking it. In the …

via Climate Change Could Be Breaking a Natural Coral Reef Thermostat — Hakai Magazine

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