Rosenstiel School researchers analyze sea spray droplets generated from breaking waves.
Researchers found that increased activity by worms and other organisms act on coral skeletons
Researchers challenge previous understanding of drying projections for the climatic region.
Study finds major ocean current is widening as climate warms. Has important implications for global climate.
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