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Enhance your Great Barrier Reef experience!
Join us for an evening GBR Show (just $18) Rates valid until 31 March 2015
A unique experience to help you get the most out of your visit to the Great Barrier Reef. Learn what to look for, where to find it and how to discover as much as possible! Reef Teach is staffed by qualified marine biologists and conservationists, who aim to educate, inspire and enthuse visitors to the Great Barrier Reef about this unique and incredible place.
- Strait of Georgia: Salish Sea seagull populations halved since 1980s
- Newly discovered algal species helps corals survive in the hottest reefs on the planet
- Optical features embedded in marine shells may help develop responsive, transparent displays
- Causes of Great Lakes smelt population decline are complex
- Climate-warmed leaves change lake ecosystems
- Crocodiles rocked pre-Amazonian Peru: Seven crocodile species found in single 13-million-year-old bone bed
- Coral disease linked to a warming Atlantic
- Great Barrier Reef corals eat plastic
- Massive amounts of Saharan dust fertilize the Amazon rainforest
- International team of scientists launches fossil database
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- 13 February: Unveiling the secrets of long-distance migration of tiger sharks
- 12 February: Crown of Thorns thriving as ocean temperatures rise
- 3 February: Assisted Evolution: Giving some hope for coral reef survival
- 9 October: Inshore reefs of the GBR especially vulnerable to ocean acidification
- 11 Sep: Sharks more abundant on healthy coral reefs
- 28 July: Global study shows that healthy rivers help create healthy reefs
- 17 July: New study links dredging to diseased corals
- AIMS and partners win smart IT award for unifying scientific monitoring with images
- Ten years of satellite data shows land management key to protecting the Reef
- 27 May: Abundance as important as rarity for biodiversity