Welcome to S.C.C.T., the Saltwater Club of Central Texas!

Welcome to S.C.C.T., the Saltwater Club of Central Texas

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The Saltwater Club of Central Texas represents hobbyists in the Killeen, Temple, Ft. Hood, Waco and surrounding areas. We are along the I35 corridor, centrally located between Dallas and Austin.

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Author Topic: [FEED]Scientists discover balance of thermal energy and low climate stress drive coral species diversity  (Read 28 times)

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Scientists discover balance of thermal energy and low climate stress drive coral species diversity

Marine scientists have identified two key factors that create the ideal conditions needed for high species diversity in coral reefs: thermal energy in the form of warm water and low climate stress.
Source: Scientists discover balance of thermal energy and low climate stress drive coral species diversity

 

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