Seagrass Could Help Cut Acidity Level In Water Surrounding Coral Reefs
Source: News Track India
June 24, 2012
"London, June 24 (ANI): Seagrass could help reduce the acidity of water surrounding coral reefs, protecting them from erosion, scientists have found.
Research headed by a Swansea University marine biologist has offered potential solution to endangered coral reefs around the world's oceans.
Dr Richard Unsworth's team included scientists from Oxford University and James Cook University in Australia."
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