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40<p style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">nental shelf, and not around a volcanic island, Darwin&#39;s principles apply. Development stopped at the barrier reef stage, since Australia is not about to submerge. It formed the world&#39;s largest barrier reef, 300&ndash;1,000 m (980&ndash;3,280 ft) from shore, stretching for 2,000 km (1,200 mi). Healthy tropical coral reefs grow horizontally from 1 to 3 cm (0.39 to 1.18 in) per year, and grow vertically anywhere from 1 to 25 cm (0.39 to 9.84 in) per year; however, they grow only at depths shallower than 150 m (490 ft) because of their need for sunlight, and cannot grow above sea level. Material As the name implies, coral reefs are made up of coral skeletons from mostly intact coral colonies. As other chemical elements present in corals become incorporated into the calcium carbonate deposits, aragonite is formed. However, shell fragments and the remains of coralline algae such as the green-segmented genus Halimeda can add to the reef&#39;s
41  ability to withstand damage from storms and other threats. Such mixtures are visible in structures such as Eniwetok Atoll. Types Since Darwin&#39;s identification of the three classical reef formations &ndash; the fringing reef around a volcanic island becoming a barrier reef and then an atoll &ndash; scientists have identified further reef types. While some sources find only three, Thomas and Goudie list four &quot;principal large-scale coral reef types&quot; &ndash; the fringing reef, barrier reef, atoll and table reef &ndash; while Spalding et al. list five &quot;main types&quot; &ndash; the fringing reef, barrier reef, atoll, &quot;bank or platfor</p>
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