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Recent Blog Post

A complex story for deep-water corals

Published 2016-07-12

Photo: NOC Eight years after the establishment of a Marine Protected Area (MPA) off North West Scotland in the Rockall Trough, scientists have found a complex story for deep-sea coral reefs. Deep sea corals are different from their tropical counterparts in that they do not form a symbiotic relationship with dinoflaggelate algae, and can therefore survive in colder, deeper, and darker waters. Similar to tropical reefs, cold-water corals provide habitat for many other organisms, including commercially important fish species. Unfortunately, this means that cold-water corals are often in areas... (more)