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The World: Corals in Palau are thriving in more acidic seawater

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Published on Jan 2, 2014

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Associate Scientist Anne Cohen and her team are studying the coral reefs in Palau. The corals thrive in naturally more acidic seawater, and may be able to survive human-caused ocean acidification in the future. Cohen wants to know how they do it.
Video by Ari Daniel

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