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Simultaneous Ocean Acidification and Warming
(Effects on Marine Ecosystems: Coral Reefs)

Click on the links below to access reviews of the scientific literature on this topic that have been published since the 2009 NIPCC report.

Can Migrating Corals Outpace Ocean Warming and Acidification? (5 February 2014)
Corals Forced to Live in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer Environment (7 January 2014)
Coral Resilience to Ocean Acidification and Global Warming (5 February 2013)
Coral-Algal Competition: The Impact of the Presence of Humans (29 January 2013)
Land-Sourced Contaminants of Australia's Great Barrier Reef (23 January 2013)
How Corals Can Overcome Ocean Acidification & Global Warming (19 December 2012)
Coral vs. Algal Competition As Influenced by Human Activity (11 December 2012)
Inshore Turbid Reefs of Australia: How Resilient Are They? (30 October 2012)
How Earth's Coral Reefs Respond to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment (23 October 2012)
Global vs. Local Stressors of Calcifying Organisms on Australia's Great Barrier Reef (11 September 2012)
Effects of Elevated CO2 on Coral Calcification: It Makes a Huge Difference Whether the Coral is Dead or Alive! (7 August 2012)
Ocean Warming and Acidification Impacts on Western Australian Coral Reefs (29 May 2012)
Two Centuries of Reef Growth in the Southern South China Sea (22 May 2012)
"High-Performance" Algal Symbionts of Corals (28 December 2011)
The Future of Earth's Coral Reefs (17 August 2011)
Coral Calcification on the Great Barrier Reef (4 November 2010)
Coral Reefs, Temperature and CO2: Their Long-Term Interactions (24 June 2010)
Effects of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on a Temperate Coral (26 May 2010)