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Great Barrier Reef almost drowned; climate implications

The first comprehensive analysis of the Great Barrier Reef at a time of rapid sea-level rise during the beginning of the Last Interglacial found it almost died. The research shows the reef can be resilient but questions remain about cumulative … Continue reading

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Australia’s limestone columns: Introducing the five new ‘Drowned Apostles’

The ‘Drowned Apostles’ Australia’s iconic tourist attraction, the Twelve Apostles, has received an unlikely boost in numbers with the discovery of five extra limestone columns hidden way below the water. The never-before-seen sea stacks, located 6km offshore from the Great … Continue reading

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