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Claim: Climate change: Up to 95% of ocean surface climates may disappear by 2100

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The authors conclude that while some marine species currently keep pace with changing ocean climates by dispersing to new habitats, this may no longer be possible if existing ocean climates disappear, forcing species to either adapt rapidly to new climates or disappear. 

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