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Scientists with Australia's ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies said on Monday they had recorded 'severe coral bleaching across huge tracts of the Great Barrier Reef.' ...
Global coral bleaching event may finally be ending
-Engadget - Wed Jun 21 11:09:20 EDT 2017
Coral bleaching is the result of elevated ocean water temperatures due to climate change. When coral experiences a change in conditions, it becomes stressed, and the algae that liv...
Study: Stopping global warming only way to save coral reefs
-Phys.org - Wed Mar 15 14:05:06 EDT 2017
In this October 2016 photo provided by ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies scientist Andrew Baird survey healthy reefs between Mackay and Townsville on Australia's Grea...
Fixing the role of nitrogen in coral bleaching
-Phys.org - Mon Jun 05 08:30:57 EDT 2017
Dr. Claudia Pogoreutz in the KAUST Coastal and Marine Resources Core Lab; the team's experiments show that corals suffer bleaching after spending time in a sugar-enriched environme...
Until now, knowledge of the geographic extent of mass coral bleaching has been incomplete. "We know that mass coral bleaching is happening all over the world, but the majority of e...
World's northernmost coral reef in Japan bleached
-Phys.org - Tue Jul 18 02:04:23 EDT 2017
Bleaching has damaged the world's northernmost coral reef in Japan, a researcher said Tuesday, the latest example of a global phenomenon scientists have attributed to high ocean te...
Researchers from The University of Western Australia (UWA), ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, and Western Australian Marine Science Institution have examined the imp...
After three deadly years, a massive bleaching event that struck coral reefs across the globe now appears to be ending, scientists announced on Monday, June 19. Coral bleaching happ...
Coral bleaching had caused unprecedented damage to Australia's Great Barrier Reef and the rest of the coral ecosystem worldwide last year. It's not yet time to write the obitu...
Nearly one year after prolonged high ocean temperatures caused devastating coral bleaching and loss in parts of Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, NOAA scientists rec...
First UN talks to tackle ocean problems kick off Monday
-Phys.org - Sun Jun 04 08:39:23 EDT 2017
Coral reefs, such as Australia's Great Barrier Reef, are suffering from hot temperatures like never before in modern times, with mass bleaching and die-offs continuing for the...
An undated handout photo obtained from the XL Catlin Seaview Survey on March 21, 2016 shows a diver filming a reef affected by bleaching off Lizard Island in the Great Barrier Reef...
After Devastating 2016, Bleaching of Great Barrier Reef Continues
-Live Science - Fri Mar 17 14:02:28 EDT 2017
Large sections of the Great Barrier Reef are already dead, and scientists warn that the rest of the coral organisms that make up the sprawling reef ecosystem will die if global war...
By Michael Le Page It’s a catastrophe for coral reefs. Sea surface temperatures are so high across much of the tropics that many reefs will suffer severe bleaching for an unprecede...
What coral bleaching looks like - The Washington Post
-The Washington Post - Sun Jul 09 11:00:05 EDT 2017
Coral bleaching turns ­once-colorful reefs into eerie wastelands. A new documentary shows the stark truth behind bleaching, taking you underwater to witness what warming waters do ...
SYDNEY -- Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won’t prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia’s Great Barri...
Australia sees second year of Barrier Reef bleaching
-Phys.org - Thu Mar 09 22:14:22 EST 2017
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is experiencing an unprecedented second straight year of mass coral bleaching, scientists said Friday, warning many species would struggle to fully r...
3-year global coral bleaching event over, but still bad | The Seattle Times
-The Seattle Times - Mon Jun 19 14:17:47 EDT 2017
FILE – In this Oct. 26, 2015 file photo, fish swim over a patch of bleached coral in Hawaii’s Kaneohe Bay off the island of Oahu. American scientists announced Monday, June 19, 201...
SYDNEY — Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won’t prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia’s Great Barrie...
Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won't prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. I...
Reducing pollution and curbing overfishing won't prevent the severe bleaching that is killing coral at catastrophic rates, according to a study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. I...
Little of Australia's Great Barrier Reef has now been left unscathed by coral bleaching. A recent aerial survey by scientists at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies...
Preserving coral reefs needs new technologies
-Phys.org - Fri Sep 29 05:04:55 EDT 2017
A portfolio of management strategies is needed to help protect iconic coral reefs such as Great Barrier Reef from ongoing impacts of climate change. Credit: University of Technolog...
For the second consecutive year, mass coral bleaching is devastating the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s lead management agency for the reef confirmed on Friday.  The latest c...
Scientists are worried as Australia's Great Barrier Reef experiences its second consecutive year of coral bleaching. Researchers, environmentalists, and scientists have blamed...
Nature lovers should brace themselves for some disturbing news - Australia's Great Barrier Reef is experiencing its second consecutive coral bleaching - which may lead to...
(Newser) – This time there's no El Niño to blame for the Great Barrier Reef "cooking and dying," as CNN puts it. Thanks to two years of back-to-back "bleaching" (algae loss) that r...
However, this time round, researchers were able to measure the extent of the damage. They surmised that the changes in temperature since 2016, substantially affected roughly 900 mi...
A super-algae to save our seas
-Phys.org - Thu Jul 20 08:05:26 EDT 2017
Coral reefs are our most diverse marine habitat. They provide over US$30 billion to the world economy every year and directly support over 500 million people. However, they are vul...
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