Also the coral should be in shallow water for it to grow the best.
Correct on both accounts. Your turnAn ideal temperature for a coral reef is between 68-90 degrees Fahrenheit or 20-32 degrees Celsius. For salinity it is best for it to be 34-37 parts of 1000. Coral also needs very clear water to grow so that sunlight can reach it easily. Is there any other things that need to be answered for your question?
Epipelagic - 0-200m Mesopelagic - 200-1000m Bathypelagic - 1000-4000m Abyssopelagic - 4000-Ocean Floor Hadopelagic - Below Ocean Floor
Iron is a limiting nutrient in the ocean, so adding it will cause phytoplankton to grow quickly (bloom). They'll photosynthesize and remove CO2 from the atmosphere that way. The bad part comes from when all the algae die and cause hypoxia instead.
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