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Open Access A field based marine institute for coral reefs sciences

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The main purpose of this research is to understand marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles, and to reconstruct past climate change at human society-relevant timescales, daily to monthly scale at century length. Modern and fossil coral records provide information of climate, ocean chemical and physical changes and their responses towards environmental changes with monthly time resolution.
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Keywords: ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACTS; CORAL CORE DEPOSITORY; CORAL CORES; CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS; GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS; GEOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL MONITORING; IMAGE ANALYSIS; MARINE ECOSYSTEMS; RECONSTRUCTING PAST CLIMATE AND OCEANIC CONDITIONS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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