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Great Barrier Reef up to 50% die off; third year of bleaching

A likely consequence of human behavior and global oceanographic changes including ocean acidification and possible ocean warming nonetheless Very Depressing: ( See also Ocean acidification videos (More Info)

As Oceans Heat Up, a Race to Save World’s Coral Reefs (More Info)

Will efforts to save corals be overwhelmed by the quickening pace of climate change?

By Laura Parker, National Geographic
Corals Are Dying on the Great Barrier Reef (More Info)

Australian government issues emergency response level and warns that bleaching may be linked to climate change.

By Brian Clark Howard
PUBLISHED March 21, 2016

“Scientists have discovered an unprecedented die-off in the world’s largest reef, the Great Barrier Reef, prompting the Australian government to issue its highest response level……)”

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