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Foraminifera Orbulina Universa eating a small copepod. Credit: Oscar Branson/ANU

New study of plankton shells overturns decades-old understanding of their formation and chemistry

The results of new international research into tiny marine plankton suggests global warming may have a bigger impact on shell-bearing plankton than previously thought.   
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