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'Nobody poaches here': Study exposes misperception of poaching on the Great Barrier Reef and its remedy

New research has revealed the tiny minority of fishers who poach on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) think the illegal practice is justified, because they believe 'everyone else is doing it.'

Study exposes misperception of poaching on the GBR and its remedy

(ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies) New research has revealed the tiny minority of fishers who poach on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) think the illegal practice is justified, because they believe 'everyone else is doing it.'

These Stunning Images Of The Great Barrier Reef Are Goosebump-Worthy

You may know photographer Josh Smith from his series of images Down Under From Above. Mostly featuring farmland and desert, Smith has now hovered his lens about our beautiful Great Barrier Reef - hoping to raise awareness of our connection with the Reef, and the impact we have on it. More »      

Experts Speak Out: 'Climate Change Is Threatening Australia's Tourism Industry'

Australia's beaches, wildlife, the Great Barrier Reef, wilderness and national parks - these are our top five tourist attractions. Now extreme heatwaves, increasing temperatures, rising sea-levels, coastal flooding and "catastrophic"...Show More Summary

A Tiny Coral Paradise in the Great Barrier Reef Reckons with Climate Change

Helen Sullivan visits Heron Island, a cay in the southern Great Barrier Reef, where scientists are studying the effects of climate change on corals.

Plastic Pollution Is Sickening World’s Coral Reefs, Study Finds

The world's coral reefs are being sickened by plastic and micro-plastic pollution and debris -- everywhere from the Great Barrier Reef to the Caribbean -- according to a new study published in the journal Science. Plastic Pollution Is Sickening World’s Coral Reefs, Study Finds was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary

$60 million to save the Great Barrier Reef is a drop in the ocean, but we have to try

The Great Barrier Reef has never faced such a dire future. Amid increasingly doom-laden headlines, the federal government this week unveiled a recovery package aimed at securing the reef's prospects. The question is whether this is indeed a rescue, or just a smokescreen of false hope.

Australia’s A$60 million plan for Great Barrier Reef won’t work

The Australian government has pledged millions of dollars in extra funding to protect the Great Barrier Reef, but none of it will go to tackling the biggest threat

Giant fans, starfish assaults and the half-baked plan to save the Great Barrier Reef

4 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in a bit of trouble. Back-to-back coral bleaching events brought on by warming waters have devastated areas of the Reef over the past two years, and 2018 has brought another feisty and familiar foe: the predatory crown-of-thorns starfish. Show More Summary

Great Barrier Reef gets AU$60M in life support - CNET

The money will be split between stopping polluted water entering the reef, culling predatory starfish, coral research and monitoring bleaching events.

Great Barrier Reef gets AU$60M in life support - CNET

The money will be split between stopping polluted water entering the reef, culling predatory starfish, coral research and monitoring bleaching events.

Saving the Great Barrier Reef Means Saying Goodbye to a Lot of Starfish

The crown-of-thorns starfish has as many as 21 arms, no brain, and a thicket of quivering, venomous spines all over its body. For sustenance, it preys upon coral, munching on its stony polyps. The creature's underside is dotted with "tube feet", resembling enoki mushrooms. Show More Summary

Barrier Reef funding boost to tackle predatory starfish

A multimillion-dollar campaign to stop the predatory crown-of-thorns starfish devouring the Great Barrier Reef was announced by the Australian government Monday in a push to preserve the World Heritage-listed ecosystem.

An Unmanned Drone Rescued Two Australian Swimmers This Week

As drone technology improves, so too do their potential uses expand. In Australia, we're already sticking them underwater to explore the Great Barrier Reef, but we're also putting them to work above the waves, rescuing swimmers. Case in point. just this Thursday, a UAV piloted by a lifeguard was used to save the lives of two swimmers in NSW. More »      

Virtual Reality Has Its Pixar Moment With Adaptation Of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Wolves In The Walls’

Virtual reality, an emerging medium that has taken viewers on virtual excursions to The International Space Station, the Great Barrier Reef and the Great Pyramids of Giza, may finally be having its Pixar moment with an adaptation ofShow More Summary

People Are Stabbing Starfish in the Ocean off Australia to Save the Great Barrier Reef

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

The hungry critters are eating away at the reef and there's no good way to get rid of them.

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

last monthNews : 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.

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