Coral Reef Fish Are More Resilient Than We Thought, Take A Look At Finds : The Two-Manner : Npr

Those findings raised fears about the sustainability of coral reef fish populations as the dissolved carbon dioxide level increases.
“It’s worth noting that ocean acidification is far from the only concern for coral reef fish.
“Those periods of lower carbon dioxide levels “are enough to provide fish with a recovery period, reducing their sensitivity to higher carbon dioxide levels,” James Cook University’s Michael Jarrold said.
“For example, carbon dioxide levels on coral reefs are often much lower during the day than they are at night.
Coral Reef Fish Are More Resilient Than We Thought, Study FindsEnlarge this image toggle caption Alejandro Usobiaga/Scientific Reports Alejandro Usobiaga/Scientific ReportsAt a time when the Great Barrier Reef and other coral reefs are facing unprecedented destruction, researchers in Australia have found a small ray of hope for the fish that make the reefs their home.

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