Study Predicts Mass Marine Life Extinction If Global Warming Continues

According to ecophysiological modeling, tropical oceans are predicted to lose the most species

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“Exactly where the future falls between the best-case and worst-case scenarios will be determined by the choices that society makes not only about climate change, but also about habitat…

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