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Coral Reefs Will Be Gone by the End of the Century, Report Says

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Coral Reefs Will Be Gone by the End of the Century, Report Says The report from University of Hawaii Manoa says reefs worldwide will succumb to ocean acidity and warmer water. University biogeographer Reneee Setter says in 20 years, 90 percent of reefs could be wiped out. She adds that by 2100, habitable locations for reefs will also nearly be gone. Setter says that people should continue to combat ocean pollution, but individual efforts are not enough to save coral reefs in the end. Renee Setter, via press release Renee Setter, via press release