[Coral-List] corals record wind changes in Pacific
douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 16:59:38 EDT 2015
Pacific coral bleaching and manganese content point to immanent spike in
global temperatures. (that is, within a decade)
based on this article:
Early twentieth-century warming linked to tropical Pacific wind strength.
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