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Over the last three decades, coral-reef study has advanced rapidly, widening our understanding of their functional intricacy. Under pressure from tourism, anthropogenic eutrophication and pollution, a better knowledge of coral reefs is essential to their survival. Coverage is given to how hydromechanics, light and nutrient regimes have shaped the evolution and development of coral reefs; the roles of the various organisms that make up the reef community; and ways to conserve them in the future.
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