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Coral Reef Calcification

What Effects does climate change have on coral reef calcification?
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lindsay landers

on 27 April 2010

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What Effects Does Climate Change
Have on Coral Reef Calcification? I have found that coral reef is constructed of calcium carbonate. Calcification by corals and other reef organisms are controlled by the saturation state of caco3 in sea water and sea surface temperature. Because of this ocean warming, our coral reef is slowly dieing each day. This Relates to the real world because some scientists believe that coral reef calcification is changing the climate and effecting ocean warming around the world co2+h2o ch2o+o2 Carbon Dioxide and Hydrongen and Oxygen
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