New research led by the University of Exeter has found that species that live in and erode coral reefs will play a major role in determining the future of reefs.
The research, which is published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, highlights the delicate balance that exists between bioerosion and carbonate production on coral reefs.
Researchers from Geography at the University of Exeter are working in collaboration with the Climate Outreach Information Network (COIN) and a range of regional stakeholders to help communities become more resilient to natural hazards like flooding.
Researchers at the University of Exeter are working with Exeter City Council to look at housing for the future in the city.
The response of soil microbial communities to changes in temperature increases the potential for more carbon dioxide to be released from the world's soils as global temperatures rise.