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coral reefs. credit - Isabella Lee/Daily Bruin
February 19, 2021

Rising ocean temperatures and ocean acidification could have negative cumulative effects that slow the growth of tropical coral reefs, according to a UCLA-led study published in early January. The study examined the growth of two types of tropical corals – commonly known as cauliflower coral and hood coral – at different water temperatures and acidities. 

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