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With no work in lockdown, tour operators helped find coral bleaching on Western Australia’s remote reefs – Australian Times

The survey took a combined effort of several organisations, together with tour operators more used to taking tourists, but with time spare during the coronavirus lockdown.

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James Paton Gilmour, Australian Institute of Marine Science
Significant coral bleaching at one of Western Australias healthiest coral reefs was found during a survey carried out in April and May.
Jeremy Tucker, Author provided
The survey took a combined effort of several organisations, together with tour operators more used to taking tourists, but with time spare during the coronavirus lockdown.
WAs arid and remote setting means many reefs there have escaped some of the pressures affecting p…

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