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Great Barrier Reef to survive bleaching, hearing told - Courier Mail;

Great Barrier Reef to survive bleaching, hearing told - Courier Mail

Courier MailGreat Barrier Reef to survive bleaching, hearing toldCourier MailTHE head of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has defended Australia's management of our great natural wonder, calling the Reef a “beautiful resilient system” that will survive into the future. Dr Russell Reichelt yesterday told a Senate ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef Is Still Alive, But It Is Slowly Dying - Immortal News;

The Great Barrier Reef Is Still Alive, But It Is Slowly Dying - Immortal News

Immortal NewsThe Great Barrier Reef Is Still Alive, But It Is Slowly DyingImmortal NewsFollowing a tongue-in-cheek obituary for the Great Barrier Reef published in Outside Magazine, social media blew up in response, as scientists and civilians alike took to the internet to mourn the “passing” of one of the world's most extensive coral ...and more »

No, the Great Barrier Reef isn't dead – but it is damaged - Inhabitat;

No, the Great Barrier Reef isn't dead – but it is damaged - Inhabitat

InhabitatNo, the Great Barrier Reef isn't dead – but it is damagedInhabitatLast week, social media users from around the world were shocked and horrified to find the Great Barrier Reef had been “declared dead” in a viral symbolic obituary from Outside Magazine. There was only one problem: the premise of the article isn't ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef Is In Serious Trouble - But Not Dead Yet - I4U News;

The Great Barrier Reef Is In Serious Trouble - But Not Dead Yet - I4U News

I4U NewsThe Great Barrier Reef Is In Serious Trouble - But Not Dead YetI4U NewsA recent report entitled “Obituary: Great Barrier Reef (25 Million BC-2016)” has stunned people across the globe. The report claims that the largest coral reef system on Earth, The Great Barrier Reef, is now dead, citing climate change and ocean ...and more »

Dying, but not dead: The Great Barrier Reef can still be saved - GMA News;

Dying, but not dead: The Great Barrier Reef can still be saved - GMA News

GMA NewsDying, but not dead: The Great Barrier Reef can still be savedGMA NewsSocial media is rife with unverified rumors hastily passed around and parody articles taken as fact. Sadly, science often becomes the unfortunate victim of these shenanigans. Every once in a while, though, a combination of an eloquently written story ...and more »

Great Barrier Reef Can Still Be Saved: Australia's Coral Ecosystem Dying But Not Yet Dead - Tech Times;

Great Barrier Reef Can Still Be Saved: Australia's Coral Ecosystem Dying But Not Yet Dead - Tech Times

Tech TimesGreat Barrier Reef Can Still Be Saved: Australia's Coral Ecosystem Dying But Not Yet DeadTech TimesThe Great Barrier Reef is dying but it is not yet dead. Scientists expressed concern over reports claiming Australia's famed coral reef system is already dead. ( Mark Kolbe | Getty Images ). Advertisement. The Great Barrier Reef is in serious trouble ...and more »

Is the Great Barrier Reef now extinct? - World Tech Today;

Is the Great Barrier Reef now extinct? - World Tech Today

World Tech TodayIs the Great Barrier Reef now extinct?World Tech TodayA report claims that the Great Barrier Reef has officially died, but the scientific community says otherwise, although, the reef is dangerously close to extinction. The publication, Outside Magazine, published a false report that the Great Barrier Reef ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef is Still Alive - World Report Now;

The Great Barrier Reef is Still Alive - World Report Now

World Report NowThe Great Barrier Reef is Still AliveWorld Report NowIt seems like the Great Barrier Reef is not dead after all, even if some media sources stated otherwise. Scientists stress that although these rumors are not true, the largest natural marine shelter on Earth is still highly endangered. This ecosystem ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef 'dies at 25 million years old after succumbing to coral bleaching', scientists declare - The Sun;

The Great Barrier Reef 'dies at 25 million years old after succumbing to coral bleaching', scientists declare - The Sun

The SunThe Great Barrier Reef 'dies at 25 million years old after succumbing to coral bleaching', scientists declareThe SunTHE Great Barrier Reef has been declared dead by scientists at 25 million years old – which would bring an end to the colourful life of the world's largest single structure of living organisms. The incredible Coral Sea wilderness, which stretches for ...and more »

Crochet Coral Reef : When Crochet Goes Wonky - NY City Lens;

Crochet Coral Reef : When Crochet Goes Wonky - NY City Lens

NY City LensCrochet Coral Reef : When Crochet Goes WonkyNY City LensDuring Christmas break in 2005, sisters Christine and Margaret Wertheim sat in their living room crocheting while they binge-watched Zena Warrior Princess. The Australian women were working on a crochet project that would lead to thousands of people ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef is not dead but seriously endangered - Pulse Headlines;

The Great Barrier Reef is not dead but seriously endangered - Pulse Headlines

Pulse HeadlinesThe Great Barrier Reef is not dead but seriously endangeredPulse HeadlinesAfter the Great Barrier Reef was declared dead on Friday through a post, social media and the scientific community had a great reaction towards the importance of taking measures to prevent this kind of disasters in the ecosystem from happening. The ...and more »

No, Great Barrier Reef isn't dead as previously thought, but affected by rising temperature - The TeCake;

No, Great Barrier Reef isn't dead as previously thought, but affected by rising temperature - The TeCake

The TeCakeNo, Great Barrier Reef isn't dead as previously thought, but affected by rising temperatureThe TeCakeScientists are increasingly worried that over-exaggerating the state of the reef will promote the idea that it is past the point of recovery. oral bleaching, fishing, mining, and burning fossil fuels have all contributed to the destruction of the reef ...and more »

Don't take it at face value, the Great Barrier Reef is dying but not yet dead! - News Nation;

Don't take it at face value, the Great Barrier Reef is dying but not yet dead! - News Nation

News NationDon't take it at face value, the Great Barrier Reef is dying but not yet dead!News NationDon't take it at face value, the Great Barrier Reef is dying but not yet dead! There is a big difference between the two- dead and dying. After international media flooded with reports of the death of the great barrier reef, social media is abuzz.and more »

Oops! Australia's Great Barrier Reef is NOT Really Dead But Dying - Nature World News;

Oops! Australia's Great Barrier Reef is NOT Really Dead But Dying - Nature World News

Nature World NewsOops! Australia's Great Barrier Reef is NOT Really Dead But DyingNature World NewsThe Great Barrier Reef was declared dead on Friday after an obituary was posted on Outside. However, to clarify things, recent report says that the reef is not dead but is sick and dying. (Photo : FraukeFeind/Public Domain/Pixabay). The Great Barrier ...and more »

The Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress – but not dead yet - The Guardian;

The Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress – but not dead yet - The Guardian

The GuardianThe Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress – but not dead yetThe GuardianThe ecosystem lies off the east coast of Australia and is the largest living entity on the planet. Photograph: Mark Conlin/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...and more »

Did we kill the Great Barrier Reef? - Morning Ticker;

Did we kill the Great Barrier Reef? - Morning Ticker

Morning TickerDid we kill the Great Barrier Reef?Morning TickerAn alarming new study has come to a depressing conclusion about the Great Barrier Reef. Did humans kill the Great Barrier Reef, one of the greatest natural features on the entire planet? Well, no — at least not yet. But things are getting pretty dire ...and more »

The Scientific Community Says The Great Barrier Reef Is NOT Dead. Here's Why! - Storypick;

The Scientific Community Says The Great Barrier Reef Is NOT Dead. Here's Why! - Storypick

StorypickThe Scientific Community Says The Great Barrier Reef Is NOT Dead. Here's Why!StorypickThe Great Barrier Reef is dead… or is it? I know I sound like a conspiracy theorist right now but stay with me. Recently, an article went viral on the internet, which announced the sad demise of one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders.and more »

Global Warming News: Great Barrier Reef Is Dying; Cause Of Death, Coral Bleaching - Science World Report;

Global Warming News: Great Barrier Reef Is Dying; Cause Of Death, Coral Bleaching - Science World Report

Science World ReportGlobal Warming News: Great Barrier Reef Is Dying; Cause Of Death, Coral BleachingScience World ReportPhilip Kushlan, Ph.D. candidate, works on brushing algae from a piece of staghorn coral that is in a holding tank, he is part of a team researching how multiple climate stressors will impact coral reef. (Photo : Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images ...and more »

The Australian Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress, not dead yet - Pakistan Today;

The Australian Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress, not dead yet - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayThe Australian Great Barrier Reef is under severe stress, not dead yetPakistan TodayReports of the death of the Great Barrier Reef have been greatly exaggerated, scientists have said, after the publication of an “obituary” for the vast coral ecosystem. The famed 1,400-mile network of reefs “passed away in 2016 after a long illness ...and more »

Great Barrier Reef: What is the truth behind the death of world's largest coral wonder? [PHOTOS] - International Business Times, Singapore Edition;

Great Barrier Reef: What is the truth behind the death of world's largest coral wonder? [PHOTOS] - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

International Business Times, Singapore EditionGreat Barrier Reef: What is the truth behind the death of world's largest coral wonder? [PHOTOS]International Business Times, Singapore EditionIn the wake of the shocking news of the Great Barrier Reef's 'death' that took the internet by storm, scientists have clarified that the world's largest coral reef is not dead but very very sick. Rowan Jacobsen, who declared the 400-mile-long Great ...and more »