News Releases

ICRS 2012 News Releases

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July 12 – INNOVATIVE DNA-FINGERPRINTING TECHNOLOGY PROVES MARINE PROTECTED AREAS PROVIDE BABY BONUS TO FISHERIES (PDF)

July 12 – OUR CORAL REEFS: IN TROUBLE – BUT TOUGHER THAN WE THOUGHT (PDF)

July 12 – GBR CORAL COVER: SCIENTIST CALLS FOR MORE ACTION TO BUILD REEF RESILIENCE (PDF)

July 12 – A GROWING THREAT: CORAL CORES REVEAL THE IMPACT OF BLEACHING EVENTS ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF (PDF)

July 10 – THE TRADE OF LIVE REEF FISH IS A MORE THAN BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY. BUT CAN IT BE MANAGED SUSTAINABLY? (PDF)

July 10 – CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON REEFS ARE HERE AND WILL CHANGE WHAT REEFS LOOK LIKE IN THE FUTURE (PDF)

July 10 – EXPERTS DISCUSS STATE OF THE CORAL TRIANGLE INITIATIVE, AN UNPRECEDENTED REGIONAL PARTERNSHIP TO ADDRESS CORAL REEF ISSUES THAT ARE TOO LARGE FOR ANY ONE SOVEREIGN NATION (PDF)

July 10 – “WE CAN STILL SAVE OUR REEFS”: CORAL SCIENTIST (PDF)

July 9 – THE GREAT BARRIER REEF — NOT SO GREAT (PDF)

July 9 – 2,600 SCIENTISTS SIGN LANDMARK SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON THE RAPID DECLINE OF THE WORLD’S CORAL REEFS, CALL FOR WORLDWIDE EFFORT TO SAVE WHAT’S LEF (PDF)

July 9 – SAVE WHAT REMAINS OF OUR REEFS, SCIENTISTS URGE (PDF)

July 8 – THE GREAT BARRIER REEF HAS DECLINED DESPITE WORLD LEADING CONSERVATION EFFORTS. HOW CAN WE REVERSE THE TREND? (PDF)

July 7 – FOOD SECURITY AT RISK IN CORAL COUNTRIES (PDF)

June 25, 2012 – CORAL REEFS NOW AND IN THE FUTURE, CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND REEFS, AND THE HEALTH OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AMONG TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED DURING JULY SYMPOSIUM (PDF)

June 4, 2012 – LEADING INTERNATIONAL CORAL REEF EXPERTS TO PRESENT AND DISCUSS LATEST CORAL REEF SCIENCE DURING JULY SYMPOSIUM (PDF)

March 5, 2012 – WORLD’S LEADING CORAL EXPERTS TO GATHER IN AUSTRALIA (PDF)

March 1, 2012 – INTERNATIONAL MEDIA FELLOWSHIP FOR THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL CORAL REEF SYMPOSIUM (PDF)

Participant News Releases

Genetic “Gift” from Bacteria Could Be Helping Coral Reefs

Australian Government Must Invest In Reef’s Future

New book inspires children to protect dugongs

NOAA’s global coral bleaching prediction and monitoring get major upgrades

High technology from above and below: essential new information for coral reef science and management

Price to save coral reefs is “one year of GDP growth” (PDF)

85 Percent of Reefs in the Coral Triangle Are Threatened, New Report Finds

CSIRO signs landmark agreement with NOAA on marine, climate research

UT Arlington biologists taking coral reef research to Australia (PDF)


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