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Scientists say the world’s marine species are liable to face 100,000 years of change unless greenhouse gas emissions are radically reduced.
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The world’s coral reefs are under threat. Some scientists say doses of cloud brightening could solve the problem.
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New research suggests that by 2100 there will be no seawater left with the chemical properties that have supported coral reef growth in the past.
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Two important habitats for marine life, coral reefs and eelgrass meadows, will endure warming and acidifying seas. But they will become vulnerable.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2015
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