Marine scientists gather for coral reef talks

Marine scientists gather for coral reef talks

Cairns : Australia | Jul 08, 2012 at 2:53 PM PDT
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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The International Coral Reef Symposium will start with an overview of the state of coral reefs around the world and the measures required to preserve them. Australia's management of the Great Barrier Reef will also be scrutinised by scientists from some 80 countries. FULL ARTICLE AT Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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File handout photo of Australia's Great Barrier Reef
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