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Ocean acidification: CO2 robs the Great Barrier Reef’s ability of self-recovery (video)

Scientists in Australia are already seeing some of the immediate impacts from climate change on the world’s oceans, and especially on coral reefs. But they warn that the long term impacts are what may cause the greatest devastation. CGTN’s Greg Navarro has more. Neal Cantin peers through the glass of a giant aquarium at the […]

Timelapse of ocean acidification effects on coral

Stanford Earth’s Cassandra Brooks contributed footage to a new interactive David Attenborough project about the Great Barrier Reef. Brook’s video shows the effects of ocean acidification on the limestone skeleton of a sand dollar. View article at: www.attenboroughsreef.com Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, November 2017. Show More Summary

Experts Say Switching To Renewable Energy Now Is The Only Way to Save The Great Barrier Reef

64,000 Australia jobs depend on the health of the Great Barrier Reef, contributing $6.4 billion to the Australian economy. But despite both the economic and obvious environmental benefits to keeping it in tip-top shape, the International...Show More Summary

Thanks To This Underwater Drone, Australian Scientists Are Exploring New Areas Of The Great Barrier Reef

"We have no idea what we might find," Dr Dean Miller, Director Science and Media at the Great Barrier Reef Legacy tells me. "As scuba-divers we can get down to around 30 to 40m safely but with this ROV (remotely operated underwater vehicle)...Show More Summary

Great Barrier Reef protected zones help fish in even lightly exploited areas

Protected zones of the Great Barrier Reef benefit fish even at the relatively lightly-fished northern reefs, according to a new study.

Great Barrier Reef protected zones help fish in even lightly exploited areas

(PLOS) Protected zones of the Great Barrier Reef benefit fish even at the relatively lightly-fished northern reefs, according to a study published Nov. 8, 2017, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Carolina Castro-Sanguino from the University of Queensland, Australia, and colleagues.

Australia's Queensland calls election in test for populist Hanson

The Australian state of Queensland, home to the Great Barrier Reef, has called a snap election that is set to test support for both the populist party of Pauline Hanson and an environmentally sensitive Indian coal mine project. Campaigning...Show More Summary

Mapping the Great Barrier Reef with cameras, drones and NASA tech - CNET

4 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

New and old technologies reveal what's killing Australia's great marine wonder.

Losing my phone -- and myself -- to the Great Barrier Reef - CNET

When the waterproof case failed my phone, I could do nothing but surrender to the majesty of Australia's marine wonder.

Dive into Australia's Great Barrier Reef with Netflix and Google

You don't have to visit Australia to experience the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef

Dive into Australia's Great Barrier Reef with Netflix and Google

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

You don't have to visit Australia to experience the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef

Dive the Great Barrier Reef with Netflix and Google - CNET

Virtual reality travelling is here. So sit back on your couch and visit the reef.

Here's how we can help Mother Nature save the Great Barrier Reef - CNET

The reef is big, beautiful and on its deathbed. Nature can heal it, but she needs our help.

Can a man-made Great Barrier Reef help save the real one?

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

Scientists hope building simulated oceans and 3D computer-generated coral can help them preserve a natural wonder

Can a man-made Great Barrier Reef help save the real one?

Scientists hope building simulated oceans and 3D computer-generated coral can help them preserve a natural wonder

Inside the Sea Simulator mimicking the Great Barrier Reef - CNET

On the east coast of Australia, scientists are using a giant artificial ocean to re-create the Great Barrier Reef, and replicate conditions expected in 2100.

Saving the Great Barrier Reef with simulated oceans and 3D coral - CNET

Scientists hope building an artificial reef could help save the real one.

The Great Barrier Reef 'Looks Like A Graveyard'

"To me, who's been diving on this reef for 50 years, it looks like a graveyard." That's Dr Charlie Veron, the world's leading expert on coral reefs. Speaking to a Nordic investment bank on the future of the Great Barrier Reef, and what can be done to save it, the outlook is dire. More »      

How high-tech mapping could help save the Great Barrier Reef

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

New and old technologies reveal what's killing Australia's great marine wonder

15 creatures that could disappear with the Great Barrier Reef

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

These extraordinary sea species are threatened by coral bleachings at the Great Barrier Reef

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