Scleractinian coral species survive and recover from decalcification

Maoz Fine*, Dan Tchernov

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When seawater pH drops by 0.7 units, stony corals can survive for months as soft bodies lacking skeletons and then recalcify as the pH normalizes.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)1811
Number of pages1
Issue number5820
StatePublished - 30 Mar 2007
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    Fine, M. & Tchernov, D., 24 Aug 2007, In: Science. 317, 5841, p. 1032-1033 2 p.

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