Climate change

Reef monitoring stepped up as strong El Niño persists

Published 30/11/2015

Marine managers and scientists will escalate their monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef over summer due to the risk of coral bleaching posed by a strong

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Coral bleaching risks

Published 12/11/2015

In the lead up to each summer, we assess the potential weather impacts that the Great Barrier Reef may be

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Local action to boost Reef resilience showcased to international marine managers

Published 14/11/2014

On-ground actions to boost the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef will be showcased at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney tomorrow (15 November).

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Coral rebirth follows cyclone havoc

Published 10/12/2013

Baby corals are blooming on the Great Barrier Reef amid the wreckage left behind by cyclone Yasi.

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Reef check-up ahead of summer

Published 12/11/2013

Near average sea surface temperature predicted by the Bureau of Meteorology for the next three months is good news for the Reef.

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Tackling climate change on the Great Barrier Reef

Published 06/12/2012

A new plan to tackle climate change on the Great Barrier Reef was officially launched.

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Initiative saves turtles from toppling to their deaths

Published 30/05/2012

Around 50 green turtles have been saved at remote Raine Island.

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Industry commended – above and beyond for a year to protect the Reef

Published 20/02/2012

Licensed aquarium fish and coral collectors in the Keppels area are going above and beyond their industry obligation to protect the Great Barrier Reef.

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Keep an eye on the Reef this summer

Published 06/12/2011

With the beginning of summer upon us, marine managers and scientists are keeping a close eye on the Great Barrier Reef.

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Pre-summer check up for the Great Barrier Reef

Published 28/10/2011

The Great Barrier Reef may escape the extreme weather of last summer but climate models are still leaning toward above average cyclone activity.

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