The Telegraph: Great Barrier Reef's condition declines to 'poor'; Australia has admitted the condition of the Great Barrier Reef is worsening and declined from 'moderate' to 'poor' in a report revealing the devastating toll wrought by extreme weather and pollution
Gale Academic OneFile: A taste of years to come; Extreme weather
ANZ Points of View Reference Centre: Adding insult to Great Barrier Reef injury
Gale Academic OneFile: Temperature stress creates second bleaching event on Great Barrier Reef
Gale Academic OneFile:Great Barrier Reef saw huge losses from 2016 heatwave
Qld Government: The biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef
Australian Government: Climate change
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