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Parts of Great Barrier Reef see most extensive coral cover in 36 years

Parts of Great Barrier Reef see most extensive coral cover in 36 years

In the northern and central stretches of the Great Barrier Reef, scientists have recorded the most extensive coral cover seen in 36 years of study, according to a new report from the Australian Institute of Marine Science.

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Certain corals can recover from bleaching during prolonged heatwaves

Climate change is making marine heatwaves longer and more frequent, which has resulted in several mass coral bleaching events in recent years. Now it seems that certain corals are able to recover from bleaching even while marine heatwaves are ongoing.


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