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Published January 25, 2023 | Version v1
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WHAT IMPACT HAS CLIMATE CHANGE HAD ON CORAL REEF?

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This article will discuss impact of climate changes to the coral reefs. Atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and ocean acidification is altering the environment dramatically as a result of 95 % of human activities such as burning fossil fuels to power homes, factories, airplanes, and cars. This climate change is the greatest global threat to coral reef ecosystems which are very important to provide 500 million people with food or resources. The coral reef ecosystems have played crucial role in our understanding how our surrounded atmosphere may respond to climate change. However, the main purpose of this research is to discuss causes of climate change (a warming ocean, ocean acidification and changes in storm patterns) on marine environment  such as coral reefs which are likely to change over the next decades.

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