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Old 02-22-2010, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default Fossils 'record past sea changes'

Fossils 'record past sea changes'
By Mark Kinver
Science and environment reporter, BBC News
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BBC News - Fossils 'record past sea changes'
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Described as the "trees of the sea", coral have growth rings that show seasonal variations.

Researchers say the samples will also shed light on past sea temperatures, as well as other changes to the reef...
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This will be interesting data to collect.
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