The geo-chemical nature of coral island in relation to the Dahlak archipelago has been revisited. The mechanism behind the symptom of cracks, pot-holes and caves has been discussed in the back-drop of chemical weathering of coral deposits and calcite rock. This study highlights the vulnerability of Dahlak reef ecosystems and calls for protecting the biodiversity hotspot on priority basis.
Coral Island Coral Biodiversity Hotspot Dahlak Archipelago Red Sea Calcite Rock Priority Basis Reef Calcite Caves
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