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Wildlife Conservation Society study finds seasonal seas save corals with 'tough love'
Date:11/29/2007

mental variation. Consequently, they are more likely to survive dramatic increases in temperature.

The findings are encouraging in the fact that at least some corals and reef locations will survive the warmer surface temperatures to come, added McClanahan. They also show us where we should direct our conservation efforts the most by giving these areas our highest priority for conservation.

On a broader scale, the Wildlife Conservation Society engages in coral reef conservation on a global scale, with projects on reef systems in Belize, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, and Madagascar. All of these nations are island environments that may have similar persistence across the global warming crisis.


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