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Evidence of coral bleaching in the Indian Ocean

 

Scientists have discovered the deepest known evidence of coral reef bleaching in the Indian Ocean, more than 90m below the surface.

This unprecedented evidence of bleaching at depths previously thought to be resilient to ocean warming reveals the severe levels of damage to coral reefs that play a crucial role in the ocean ecosystem.

The study, published in Nature Communications, reveals that coral reefs situated more than 90m below the surface of the Indian Ocean have experienced severe damage, affecting up to 80 per cent of the reefs in certain areas.

More on : https://www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/news/deepest-coral-reef-bleaching-indian-ocean-b2432471.html

 

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Evidence of coral bleaching in the Indian Ocean