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  • Coral Bleaching Is A Natural Event That Has Gone On For Centuries, New Study

    • Date: 16/08/18
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian
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    Coral bleaching has been a regular feature of the Great Barrier Reef for the past 400 years, with evidence of repeated mass events dating back to well before Euro­pean settlement and the start of the industrial revolution. A study of coral core ­samples has extended the known history of bleaching by more than 350 years […]

  • Great Barrier Reef: Scientists ‘Exaggerated’ Coral Bleaching

    • Date: 04/06/16
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian
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    Activist scientists and lobby groups have distorted surveys, maps and data to misrepresent the extent and impact of coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, ­according to the chairman of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Russell Reichelt. A full survey of the reef ­released yesterday by the author­ity and the Australian Institute of […]

  • Red Sea coral reefs at risk of bleaching if temperature drops – study

    • Date: 19/04/21
    • Jerusalem Post
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    Coral living in the Northern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba are at risk of bleaching if the water temperature drops, new research has shown. A joint collaboration between Bar-Ilan University’s Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences and the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Science in Eilat and published in journal PeerJ, tested […]

  • Scientists ‘surprised’ that coral reefs survive heat waves and bleaching events

    • Date: 09/12/20
    • Science Magazine
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    Researchers have discovered some corals can recover from bleaching even before a heat wave ends, suggesting they have the potential to survive long heat waves. Just a few degrees of heat can “bleach” corals, putting them on a path to starvation and death. Driven by climate change, marine heat waves are becoming one of the […]

  • Scientists ‘surprised’ that coral reefs recover after bleaching

    • Date: 06/11/20
    • ABC News
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    “We were expecting to see widespread mortality, and we just didn’t see it ….” It was a depressing, if expected inevitability when Western Australia’s Rowley Shoals showed the first signs of mass coral bleaching earlier this year, but a follow-up survey has found a remarkable recovery looks likely to preserve the reef’s near-pristine health — […]

  • Coral Reefs in Turks and Caicos Islands Resist Global Bleaching Event

    • Date: 12/03/20
    • Illinois News Bureau
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    A study that relied on citizen scientists to monitor the health of corals on Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean from 2012 to 2018 found that 35 key coral species remained resilient during a 2014-17 global coral-bleaching event that harmed coral reefs around the world.  Even corals that experienced bleaching quickly recovered, the researchers […]

  • After El Nino Bleaching, Coral Reefs Begin To Recover

    • Date: 21/02/19
    • Maui Now
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    Nearly four years after the worst bleaching event in the state’s history, coral reefs in West Hawaiʽi are stabilizing and poised to recover, according to scientists from The Nature Conservancy. Higher than usual ocean water temperatures in 2015 caused the first statewide coral bleaching event. TNC surveys revealed that an average of 60% of corals […]

  • After El Nino Ends, Coral Reef Bleaching Comes To An End

    • Date: 21/06/17
    • AFP
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    Coral reef bleaching may be easing after three years of high ocean temperatures, the longest such period since the 1980s, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Monday. Bleached corral at the Great Barrier Reef.  Image: CORALWATCH Its experts said satellite data and other analysis showed widespread bleaching was no longer occurring in all three […]

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