News stories about fish often focus either on large fish like sharks, or on tasty seafood. So it might come as a surprise that more than half of the fish on coral reefs are tiny and well camouflaged.By Maarten De Brauwer, PhD-candidate in Marine Ecology | Environment; Research; Research Featured; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Young Perth scientist Emily Twiggs is using Ningaloo Reef’s history to help predict the future of coral reefs in a constantly changing world.
Ningaloo is well-known as one of the best natural laboratories to monitor the response of coral reefs to changes in the Earth’s climate. Its pristine waters and untouched corals may provide a clear picture of the impact climate change can have on the natural environment.By Shaun Ratcliff | Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability