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Barrier reef suffers huge coral loss
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30 May 2017
On 30 May 2017 BBC News reported:
Australia's Great Barrier Reef lost nearly a third of its corals in the past year, officials have said. Coral 'bleaching' has led to widespread coral decline and habitat loss on the world's largest coral reef system. Surveys show that 29 per cent of corals died in 2016, greater than the figure of 22 per cent projected in mid-2016. Bleaching occurs when the algae living on coral is expelled due to stress caused by extreme, sustained changes in temperature. This turns the coral white. Researchers say that climate change is a significant driver behind the coral loss and experts have said the window is closing fast to cut the greenhouse gas emissions pushing up temperatures and harming the reef.
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