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Oops… ‘scientists’ overlooked effect of ‘dead zones’ on coral reefs

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Not global warming. Not ocean acidification. Key quotes: … they suspected it was caused by a dead zone–a low-oxygen area that snuffs out marine life–rather than by ocean warming or acidification… The team thinks that such dead zones may be common in the tropics but have gone largely unreported, simply because scientists never looked… Based … Continue reading Oops… ‘scientists’ overlooked effect of ‘dead zones’ on coral reefs

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