In new research published in the journal Nature Climate Change, corals with aragonite skeletons were found to be more resistant to the adverse impact of a more acidic ocean.
New evidence has emerged that some coral species may be able to adapt to warmer oceans in Southeast Asian waters despite threats of global warming.
Coral researchers and reef managers will now have an easier job in identifying the specific diseases causing coral infections by a method called genetic fingerprinting.
Australian scientists have thrown new light on the mechanism behind the mass death of corals worldwide as the Earth’s climate warms.
Fish and other sea creatures will have to travel large distances to survive climate change and avoid impending extinction, say marine scientists.