acclimatize


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We found that some coral are able to acclimatize to annual bleaching, while others actually become more susceptible to it over time," says Andrea Grottoli, professor in the School of Earth Sciences.
The Afternoon's coverage features the opening matches in the second round of the Estoril Open, a clay-court tournament at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal, Russian Dmitry Tursunov was the highest-profile casualty at this stage in 2007, losing in straight sets to Guillermo Garcisa-Lopez of Spain, Swiss world number one Roger Federer has entered this event as he seeks to acclimatize to the clay ahead of next month's French Open at Roland Garros and is in need of a morale boost following a disappointing year to date in which he hasn't reached the final of any tournament so far.
This summer, Fucci journeyed to the highest mountain in Europe, 18,510- foot Mount Elbrus in the Caucasus in Russia, to hone his climbing skills and acclimatize to high altitude before traveling to Mount Everest.