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'Significant event': Coral bleaching returns to the Great Barrier Reef

Parts of the Great Barrier Reef are enduring periods of heat stress worse than during last year's record-breaking coral bleaching event.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australian scientists to tourists: Help us track the health of coral reefs

As the seas around the Great Barrier Reef warm, the government hopes that more data can build support for policies to protect the coral from more die-offs.
Christian Science Monitor

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News video: Coral reef images show new bleaching at Great Barrier Reef

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Images taken by divers and released by the Australian Marine Conservation Society show severe coral bleaching near Palm Island on the Great Barrier Reef. Jim Drury reports.
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News video: The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying At An Alarming Pace

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22% of the corals at the Great Barrier Reef are now dead.
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News video: Bindi Irwin Shares Tribute to "Crocodile Hunter" Dad

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Bindi Irwin lost her “Crocodile Hunter” dad, Steve Irwin, when she was just 8 years old. The wildlife expert was shooting footage for a new wildlife project he was making with Bindi when he was..
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News video: Protesters Gather at Westpac Branches to Oppose Coal Mine

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Protesters on Monday, February 20, voiced their opposition to a possible investment by bank Westpac into Adani’s Carmichael coal mine project.A rally in Melbourne was held in conjunction with..
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News video: Humans Changing Global Temps 170 Times Faster Than Nature

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A university in Australia came up with an equation for humans' effect on global temperatures.
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Man critically injured by shark on Great Barrier Reef

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — A 26-year-old man has been critically injured by a shark while spear fishing on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Ambulance Service Supervisor Ange Timmins says..
Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Snowy Fun and High Sierra Romance Create Ultimate Winter Getaway at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite

Lodge Debuts 2017 Winter Fun Pass, Couples Romance Package and Customized Spa Experience FISH CAMP, Calif. (PRWEB) February 14, 2017 From heart-pumping outdoor fun to heart-warming romantic..
PRWeb

Latest Great Barrier Reef threat: coal dust

A recent coal dust leak near Australia's Great Barrier Reef can be easily contained, according to Environment Minister Steven Miles. But environmentalists worry the incident portends future threats to..
Christian Science Monitor

Baby turtle found near lumps of coal sparks fears for Great Barrier Reef

Scientists and environmental advocates are up in arms after lumps of coal were found washed up on beaches around Australia's Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Showing what's at stake for..
Mashable

Coal Dust: Great Barrier Reef Leak Concerns Environmentalists

Government officials reassured environmentalists that a recent black coal dust leak near Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is easily containable, but environmentalists remained concerned about future..
Newsmax

Coal dust threatens to tarnish Great Barrier Reef

A recent coal dust leak near Australia's Great Barrier Reef can be easily contained, according to Environment Minister Steven Miles. But environmentalists worry the incident portends future threats to..
Christian Science Monitor

The largest undersea landslide in history happened 300,000 years ago beneath Australia's Great Barrier Reef

the largest undersea landslide in history happened 300,000 years ago beneath australia's great barrier reef
The Great Barrier Reef is called great for a reason, spanning nearly 350,000 square kilometres. So it's no surprise that it has been the site of massive geological events. Most recently, however,..
Business Insider

Japan's Largest Coral Reef Is Dying

Japan’s largest coral reef is under severe stress, according to a recent survey conducted by the country’s Environment Ministry. More than 90 percent of the corals in Sekiseishoko reef, located in..
Huffington Post

Diver mauled by shark off Australia, stranded for hours on remote island

A diver mauled by a bull shark Friday near Australia’s Great Barrier Reef became stranded for more than eight hours on a remote island while waiting for help. Craig De Wit, 55, remains hospitalized..
GrindTV

Diver survives bull shark mauling in Australia

An Australian scuba diver survived after a bull shark mauled him near the Great Barrier Reef in northern Queensland on Saturday. According to emergency services, the 55-year-old had to wait more than..
Raw Story

Why Trump, Brexit And Populism Could Be An Opportunity

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

Nickelodeon's plans for an underwater Spongebob Squarepants attraction has sparked outrage

Despite uproar from the local community, it appears Nickelodeon will push ahead with its plans to build an undersea attraction in Palawan — one of the Philippines' most pristine..
Mashable

Most of the coral in Japan's largest coral reef are dead, and the rest are dying

Japan has reported an alarming rate of death in its largest coral reef.  The environment ministry says that 70 percent of the coral at Sekiseishoko, off Okinawa, is dead. SEE ALSO: Biggest..
Mashable

Diver reacts to attacking bull shark just in time; video

diver reacts to attacking bull shark just in time; video
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

Scientists investigate what nearly destroyed the Great Barrier Reef 125,000 years ago

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

Climate change could bleach most coral reefs within the century

climate change could bleach most coral reefs within the century
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


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