Slideshow: Climate change and corals

var FO = { movie:"http://www.the-scientist.com/supplementary/flash/54070/54070.swf", width:"520", height:"580", majorversion:"8", build:"0", xi:"true"}; UFO.create(FO, "ufoDemo"); Climate change and corals By Edyta Zielinska As part of our package on the effects of climate change on the biosphere, associate editor Edyta Zielinska took a look at coral disease. Ernesto Weil from the University of Puerto Rico has worked with coral reefs in the Caribbe

Edyta Zielinska
Jan 1, 2008

Climate change and corals

By Edyta Zielinska

As part of our package on the effects of climate change on the biosphere, associate editor Edyta Zielinska took a look at coral disease. Ernesto Weil from the University of Puerto Rico has worked with coral reefs in the Caribbean for 30 years, and has seen a great deal of change. Here are some of the photographs he's taken of the damage from coral diseases.

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