Corals could disappear from Japan if CO2 continues to rise

Asahi Shimbun: Corals could become extinct in the waters around Japan within 60 years if carbon dioxide emissions continue to rise at their current rates, the National Institute for Environment Studies and Hokkaido University said Jan. 9. Researchers from the two institutes and Swiss scientists used supercomputers to model how Japan's marine habitats might change under a global-warming scenario of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The calculations were based on a "business as usual" model of CO2......

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