Great Barrier Reef coral reproduction


This 9 January 2018 video says about itself:

See ‘Underwater Snowstorm’ of Coral Reproducing | National Geographic

This is what it looks like when coral spawns in the Great Barrier Reef.

REEF REPAIR Australia will spend $379 million trying to save the Great Barrier Reef — the largest single investment ever made toward protecting the fading ecosystem. [HuffPost]

Scientists reveal global warming’s impact on Great Barrier Reef: here.

Nearly 200 Great Barrier Reef coral species also live in the deep sea. The unexpected coral bounty means deep reefs have a richer biodiversity than thought. By Cassie Martin, 7:05pm, December 11, 2018.

CLIMATE CHANGE DRIVES CORAL COLLAPSE The deadly back-to-back bleaching events that hammered Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in 2016 and 2017 led to a collapse in the recruitment of new corals, severely affecting the ecosystem’s ability to recover from the devastation. [HuffPost]

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