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Sarah Hamylton: Coral reef scientists: how will you lead change?

Dr Sarah Hamylton Senior Lecturer School of Earth & Environmental Science University of Wollongong The news that half of the coral on the Great Barrier Reef has now died from bleaching may prompt some of us to question the utility of our work as coral reef scientists. Reef scientists have spent decades studying the potential […]

Comment on the fisheries management reform in Queensland green paper

The Australian Coral Reef Society (ACRS) applaud the Queensland Government’s effort to refocus outdated management  practices and achieve long-term sustainability and resilient fisheries stocks, as well as healthy ecosystems that all  Australians can enjoy now and into the future. We highlight four areas of the reform that we feel are important to  fisheries and coral […]

Paul Marshall: Integration is the new black; but where do I get it?

Dr Paul Marshall Director Reef Ecologic Adjunct Associate Professor The Centre for Biodiversity & Conservation Science University of Queensland Coordinator Australia-Caribbean Coral Reef Collaboration February 2016 It is ironic that before there was science there was integration. It was not a discipline or an endeavor back then, perhaps; but it was a fact. Humans and […]