This video from Australia is about the Great Barrier Reef.
According to a study by the Australian Institute of Marine Science and James Cook University, populations of important fish species — such as coral trout — are up to 50 per cent more abundant in marine sanctuaries than in reefs still open to fishing.
See also here.
Eels in Australia: here.
November 2013: Ocean warming may make some large reef fish lethargic and unwilling to swim a team of researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in Australia have found: here.
- Great Barrier Reef threatened by Queensland government (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Great Barrier Reef (litteramedia.wordpress.com)
- Predicting the Location and Spatial Extent of Submerged Coral Reef Habitat in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, Australia (plosone.org)
- Deepwater corals may be key to restoring damaged reefs, survey finds (guardian.co.uk)
- Humans Caused Historic Great Barrier Reef Collapse (livescience.com)
- Great Barrier Reef found to have thriving deep water coral (edition.cnn.com)