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Unlike most parts of the world, coral reefs of Taiwan's deep south have generally been spared from climate change-induced degradation. This has been linked to the oceanographically unique nature of Nanwan Bay, where intense upwelling occurs. Specifically, large-amplitude internal waves cause shifts in temperature of 6–9 °C over the course of several hours, and the resident corals not only thrive under such conditions, but they have also been shown to withstand multi-month laboratory incubationsdoi:10.3390/microorganisms8081171 pmid:32752238 fatcat:36iydna6znaohjeg5sxwldcgiq