Migrating ocean microbe may help protect coastlines

Scientific American: From butterflies to lobsters, climate change is expected to spur migration of species, with potentially devastating consequences for ecosystems and economies. But in the case of a one-celled organism dwelling in the oceans named Amphisteginid foraminifera, a change in its habitat may lessen the devastation to some coastlines at risk from erosion and powerful storms. In a new study, scientists report that the discus-shaped creatures are likely to shift their ocean range by hundreds of miles......

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