Climate Change Impacts to Reef Associated Species

Climate Change affects the corals as well as fishes and other organisms associated with the reefs. Shifting the the overall architecture of the reef can one that is dominated by sea fans, soft corals, macroalgae, and sponges. This in turn also changes the types of fish and invertebrates that depend on the habitat and food provided by stony corals. Read more about how climate change could affect reef associated species here.