Coral reef monitoring

An update brochure of what's going on with the NERP Tropical Ecosystems Hub Great Barrier Reef Biodiversity projects.


Peter Doherty (AIMS); The recent Australian Government response to outbreaks of coral-eating starfish on the Great Barrier Reef; Wednesday 8th May 2013.


Hugh Sweatman (AIMS); History and status of crown-of-thorns starfish on the GBR; Wednesday 8th May 2013.


Hugh Sweatman (AIMS); Keeping an eye on the reefs of Torres Strait; Wednesday 8th May 2013.


Zula Altai (JCU), Leon Appo (ACU), Adriana Chacon (JCU), Jon Brodie (JCU), Taha Chaiechi (JCU), Bob Costanza (JCU), Michelle Esparon (JCU), Cheryl Fernandez (JCU), Margaret Gooch (GBRMPA), Diane Jarvis (JCU), Ida Kubiszewski (JCU), Silva Larson

Sven Uthicke (AIMS), Katharina Fabricius, Andrew Negri, Sam Noonan, Florita Flores, Frances Patel, Michelle Liddy, Niko Vogel, Melissa Rocker, Yan Xiang Ow, Martinda de Freitas-Prazeres, Adriana Humanes Schumann; Experimental and field investi

Damien Burrows (JCU), Norm Duke (JCU), Jock Mackenzie (JCU); Wetland Habitats of Torres Strait; Wednesday 8th May 2013.


Geoff Jones (JCU); Dave Williamson, Hugo Harrison, Jeff Leis, Lou Mason, Severine Choukroun, Michael Berumen, Jessica Hopf, Sean Connolly, Glenn Almany, Ashley Frisch.

Scott Firth (AMPTO); Crown-of-thorns starfish Control program; Wednesday 8th May 2013.


The Syndey Morning Herald

04 May 2013

The United Nations has put the Queensland and federal governments on notice that the Great Barrier Reef could be added to a list of endangered world heritage sites.


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