Fragile Branching Corals in Acidic Water

Branching corals, because of their more fragile structure, struggle to survive in acidified waters that surround the volcanic CO2 seeps of Papua New Guinea. Read more about how reef scientist Laetitia Plaisance uses carbon dioxide seeps to study ocean acidification.

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Branching coral in naturally acidic water.

Laetitia Plaisance