Study: Coral reefs can recuperate without the help of neighbors

04/8/2013 | Science News

Bleached coral reefs are capable of growing back, even in isolation, according to findings published in the journal Science. Scientists previously believed that such damaged coral reefs could only recover with the help of young neighboring reefs. However, the study suggests that isolation may in fact help coral-reef growth by protecting them against human activities.

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