Dr Anne Hoggett speaks with Guardian Australia environment reporter Michael Slezak about the extensive damage the mass coral bleaching event has wrought on the Great Barrier Reef, as viewed from the.. Source: Guardian -
The pristine beauty of the turtle nesting grounds and the coral beds surrounding Queensland’s Raine Island can be seen in underwater footage captured in December 2016.
Raine Island is actually a.. Source: storyfulviral -
Many of the business and political leaders gathering in Davos this week will be focused on how to protect the global economic order - and their interests - after a year of major political and social.. Huffington Post
Watch VideoA leopard shark at the Reef HQ Great Barrier Reef Aquarium in Australia had more than two dozen babies before she was separated from her mate in 2013.
But three years later, she hatched.. Newsy
As the oceans continue to warm, corals around the world have been rapidly feeling the heat. The Great Barrier Reef hit the news at the end of last year, after it experienced the largest bleaching event.. WorldNews
Fishing is fundamentally altering the food chain in coral reefs and putting dual pressures on the valuable top-level predatory fish, according to new research by the Wildlife Conservation Society,.. Eurasia Review
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An analysis of the Great Barrier Reef during a time prior to it becoming the modern shallow reef has found the World Heritage Listed 'wonder' almost drowned.. Terra Daily Also reported by •Eurasia Review
They are known as one of the most dangerous sharks in the world - as footage of this terrifying bull shark attack seems to prove.Diver Kerry Daniel, 35, was spearfishing off the coast of north.. New Zealand Herald
Kerry Daniel was spearfishing with friends off the coast of north Queensland, Australia, near the Great Barrier Reef when he suddenly found himself face-to-face with an attacking bull shark. Daniel.. GrindTV
A recent study found that the Great Barrier Reef was nearly destroyed roughly 125,000 years ago due to rapid sea-level rise from melting glaciers and polar ice sheets. If left unchecked, the Earth.. Christian Science Monitor
Watch VideoHumans are going to have to do a lot more if we want to save the world's coral reefs.
Climate change is quickly killing coral through a process called coral bleaching. In 2016, coral.. Newsy
A TELEVISION archaeologist and ocean expert has delivered a fresh warning about the health of the Great Barrier Reef, warning it may ‘die on our watch’. The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier Mail •Perth Now
The Great Barrier Reef's massive loss to coral bleaching last year might have been just a taste of things to come. According to a study by a team of marine scientists, 99 percent of the world's coral.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
If humans do not take swift action to curb greenhouse gas emissions, annual coral bleaching events will soon decimate nearly all of the world’s coral reefs, a United Nations-backed study has.. Huffington Post