Impact Has Climate Change Had On Coral Reefs
Coral bleaching has appeared to be one of the biggest destruction caused by climate change, like warming temperatures, as it has killed coral reefs in a huge number. A global study of 2008 estimated that over the subsequent ten to twenty years, 17% of coral reefs are likely to be lost, whereas, 19% of the existing area of coral reefs has been lost already. The ocean is changing massively due to the varied impacts of climate change. Dramatically these changes are impacting the ecosystems of coral reefs.