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Scientists pinpoint how ocean acidification weakens coral skeletons

coral reef community

Thriving coral reef community at Hotsarihie, Republic of Palau

Credit: Hannah Barkley


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coral cores

Coral cores for the study were collected from massive colonies like this one.

Credit: Richard Brooks, Lightning Strike Media Productions, Palau


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Scientists extract a coral core from a massive colony

Scientists Anne Cohen and Nathaniel Mollica extract a coral core from a massive colony.

Credit: Richard Brooks, Lightning Strike Media Productions, Palau


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Coral cores awaiting CT scanning

Coral cores awaiting CT scanning at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Credit: Thomas DeCarlo


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3-D CAT scan reconstruction of a coral core

3-D CAT scan reconstruction of a coral core

Credit: Anne Cohen


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Researchers examine a coral core

Researchers Nathaniel Mollica and Weifu Guo examine a coral core.

Credit: Anne Cohen


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