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Coral Reef History (General)

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Coral Reef History (General)


Summary


* -- Shelf-Margin Fossil Corals of the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas Coast

* -- Earth's Coral Reefs: Probing Their Past to Foretell Their Future

* -- Corals Moving Northward in the Western Mediterranean Seas

* -- Coral-Algal Competition: The Impact of the Presence of Humans

* -- Global vs. Local Stressors of Calcifying Organisms on Australia's Great Barrier Reef

* -- Two Centuries of Reef Growth in the Southern South China Sea

* -- The High-Latitude Coral-Climate Correlation During the Holocene

* -- Recovery of Coral Reef Ecosystems after Degradation by Humans

* -- Coral Reef Degradation: Anthropogenic-Induced or Natural?

* -- The Resilience of Coral Reefs to Global Stressors

* -- Coral Reefs, Temperature and CO2: Their Long-Term Interactions

* -- Coral Responses to Recurring Disturbances on Saint-Leu Reef

* -- Coral Reefs of Northern Tanzania

* -- Humans Are Destroying Earth's Coral Reefs ...

* -- Corals vs. Macroalgae in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World

* -- Local vs. Global Change Effects on the Coral Reefs of Palau

Coral Reefs: Past, Present and Future

Coral Reef Decline: No Nagging Doubts About What Needs to Be Done to Stop It

Coral Reef Decline: One Must Understand Its Cause To Properly Treat the Problem

The Origin of Modern Coral Susceptibility to Bleaching

A Pitiable Ploy to Promote the Kyoto Protocol:The Predicted Demise of Earth's Coral Reefs

Human-Induced Destruction of Coral Reefs and Other Coastal Ecosystems

The Future of Coral Reefs

Coral Reef Diversity and Global Change

Will Coral Reefs Survive Global Change?

Getting the Baseline Right

Reefs Happen

Coral Reefs: Doomed by Carbon Dioxide?