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Environmental Limits to Coral Reef Development: Where Do We Draw the Line?
SYNOPSIS. Understanding how reefs vary over the present ranges of environmental conditions is key to understanding how coral reefs will adapt to a changing environment. Global environmental data of temperature, salinity, light, carbonate saturation state, and nutrients were recently compiled for nearly 1,000 reef locations. These data were statistically analyzed to (1) re-define environmental limits over which reefs exist today, (2) identify "marginal" reefs; i.e., those that exist near ordoi:10.1093/icb/39.1.146 fatcat:evpvuvffivd3dalomrcu7cjafu