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Your Bright Idea Could Save the Biggest Reef on Earth

Australia is calling on scientists from around the world to help rescue the Great Barrier Reef.

Australia offers cash for Great Barrier Reef rescue ideas

Australia is calling on the world's top scientific minds to help save the Great Barrier Reef, offering hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund research into protecting the world's largest living structure.

Warmer temperatures at Great Barrier Reef causing sea turtles to be born female

(Reuters) - Rising temperatures at Australia's Great Barrier Reef are causing more green turtles to be born female, which could lead to the species dying out, a new scientific study has found.

More Female Sea Turtles Born as Temperatures Rise

5 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Male hatchlings are disappearing on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, a new study shows, because the growing warmth of nests produces more females.

This Sea Turtle Population Is Almost All Female, Thanks To Climate Change

In the northern Great Barrier Reef, juvenile green sea turtles are 99 percent female.

Great Barrier Reef sea turtles are 99 per cent female

The population of about 200,000 nesting females in the northern Great Barrier Reef is one of the largest in the world, and could crash without more males, according to the report.

Scientists explain why too many sea turtles are born female

Warm water near the Great Barrier Reef is apparently resulting in almost entirely female births among sea turtles. Read more...

Most sea turtles now female in north Great Barrier Reef

The vast majority of green sea turtles in the northern Great Barrier Reef are now female because of warmer temperatures due to climate change, which influences their sex during incubation, researchers said Monday.

Starfish eating Australia's Great Barrier Reef alarm scientists

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A major outbreak of coral-eating crown of thorns starfish has been found munching Australia's world heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, scientists said on Friday, prompting the government to begin culling the spiky marine animals.

Taking stock of a thorny issue—30 years of crown-of-thorns starfish research on the Great Barrier Reef

A new book exploring the best scientific research on preventing coral-eating Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish (COTS) outbreaks, is expected to become a critical resource for informing management of these outbreaks across the Indo-Pacific.

The Guardians of the Great Barrier Reef

Australia’s scientists are working against time and climate change politics to save their beloved coral reef.

Visiting the Great Barrier Reef, a reporter reflects on the crisis of dying coral reefs

4 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Australia's Great Barrier Reef has suffered severe bleaching two years in a row. Climate change threatens to spell the end of the coral reef as we know it.        

5 Natural Wonders You Can See For Free

Many people's bucket lists include visiting nature's most impressive sites: the Grand Canyon, Victoria Falls, the Great Barrier Reef, and Mount Everest, just to name a few. But entrance fees can cut into tight travel budgets. However, there are natural wonders that charge no entrance fees. These...

Coral reefs gone in 80 years, says Sir David Attenborough

The broadcaster will end his hugely popular Blue Planet II series with a stark warning Coral reefs, including Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, will have died and dissolved away by 2100, Sir David Attenborough will say in the last programme of his Blue Planet II series, to be shown next Sunday. He will warn that CO2 […]

Scientists find new hope for the Great Barrier Reef

Scientists at the University of Queensland say around three per cent of the site's 3,800 coral reefs have so far emerged unscathed from a host of threats, from bleaching to pollution and disease.

Great Barrier Reef might not be dying after all

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The Great Barrier Reef is better able to heal itself than we previously imagined, according to new research that identifies 112 individual reefs that can help drive the entire system towards recovery....

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