Climate Change: A death note for coral reefs?

Coral reef of the Blue Bay Marine Park of the Republic of Mauritius. Photo credit: Sundy Ramah
Keshini Beetul

Keshini Beetul

Keshini is an alumna of the University of Glasgow. She graduated with an MSc. in Biotechnology and Management. Enthusiastic about the endosymbiotic relationship which exists within coral reefs, for her MSc. thesis, she focused on understanding the disruption of the endosymbiosis which results in bleached corals.

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2 Responses

  1. Sundy says:

    Amazing Article.
    Gives a good insight of the problem being faced by coral reefs in the gist of climate change and global warming 👍🏽

  2. Ramonah Mauree says:

    Very interesting article. The question really is how fast coral reefs can adapt to climate change.

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