Coral Reefs: Cities of the Sea

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Event type: talk, meet the scientist

Location: Attenborough Studio

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Free, no ticket required

Coral reefs are one of the most diverse and productive ecosystems on the planet, with roughly one quarter of all ocean species depending on them for food and shelter.

But they are threatened worldwide by human activity.

Join Museum scientist and coral expert Nadia Santodomingo and find out how studying fossil corals that are millions of years old can show us how reef systems might respond to future environmental changes. 

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