Shocking Before-and-After Photos of the World’s Coral Bleaching Catastrophe | Atlas Obscura
We May Be Witnessing History’s Biggest Coral Die-Off. Coral bleaching is a result of warmer temperatures in the ocean and how it affects the fish and ecosystems that live with in the coral reef areas.
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Warm ocean temperatures have impacted large swaths of the Great Barrier Reef in the last month, part of a worldwide coral die-off
Aerial surveys show that 95 per cent of all northern reefs are suffering from severe coral bleaching. We have destroyed one of the great wonders of the world.
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WHITE FRIGHT Warming ocean temperatures threaten reefs around the globe, like this one in American Samoa; the prolonged heat can lead to coral bleaching. ~~ Wendy Cover/NOAA
Longest Global Coral Bleaching On Record Isn’t Over Yet | Climate Central
James Cook University professor Terry Hughes says he flew over 600km of reef and more than 60% was bleached