The effects of light intensity and flow speed on biogeochemical variability within a fringing coral reef in Onna-son, Okinawa, Japan

Max Rintoul, Travis Courtney, Julia Dohner, Sarah Giddings, Samuel Kekuewa, Stephen Monismith, Ariel Pezner, Andreas Andersson & Satoshi Mitarai
Global warming and ocean acidification are driving gradual declines in seawater dissolved oxygen concentrations and pH. Predicting how these changes will affect shallow, near-shore environments including coral reefs is challenging due to high natural variability on both spatial (10 m to km) and temporal (diel to seasonal) scales. To make predictions, it is first necessary to identify and quantify the drivers of this natural variability. While significant efforts have been devoted to characterising the influence...
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