volume 19, issue 1, P41-49 2017
DOI: 10.3755/jcrs.19.41
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Abstract: One of the major causes of rapid coral-reef decline is coral bleaching induced by anomalously high sea surface temperatures. Projections based on climate models show contrasting futures from different anthropogenic CO 2 emission scenarios, suggesting reducing CO 2 emissions is mandatory to save coral reefs. In addition to reducing the emissions, setting up adaptation measures to conserve coral reefs is needed. Both national and international conservation measures are emerging, and Japan issued "Emergency Decla…

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