Singapore researchers study colonies of corals at Sentosa for sea level data

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Singapore researchers have found hidden recorders of changing sea levels at Sentosa. They are studying the colonies of corals — called microatolls — to uncover insights key to fighting climate change. The corals, first discovered two years ago, can give insights about sea levels going back thousands of years, when data from traditional instruments were not available. This can help researchers better understand forecasts and prepare for changes in the sea level.

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