Remote reefs thrive despite climate change

Remote coral reefs continue to thrive despite warming oceans. That’s the outcome of a decade-long study of remote islands in the Central Pacific. The report from University of California San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography provides reason for optimism by highlighting the potential for preservation efforts. The study shows that coral reefs surrounding remote islands were dramatically healthier than those in populated areas that were subject to a variety of human impacts.

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