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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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United States: Public Library of Science

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PloS one, 2013, Vol.8 (4), p.e62655-e62655

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_1348122934

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English

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Ocean acidification caused by anthropogenic uptake of CO₂ is perceived to be a major threat to calcifying organisms. Cold-water corals were thought to be strongly affected by a decrease in ocean pH due to their abundance in deep and cold waters which, in contrast to tropical coral reef waters, will soon become corrosive to calcium carbonate. Calcif...

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End of the century pCO₂ levels do not impact calcification in Mediterranean cold-water corals

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1932-6203

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1932-6203

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10.1371/journal.pone.0062655

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