Friday, November 25, 2005

Glimmer of hope?

From Permuteran, the location of the Biorock workshop, where the internet is as slow as the pace of life in the Balinese villages, I read about "new work" from Ray Berkelmans and colleagues at AIMS reportedly showing that corals may be more adaptable to climate change than previously thought.

Thermally tolerant algae may allow at least some species to adapt to an average 1 to 3 C temperature rise on the Great Barrier Reef, it's thought (see here for more).


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