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  4. Science News Roundup: Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef; U.S. researchers dream of life after Trump and more  Devdiscourse
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Through the course of the pandemic, many operators have been hard at work brushing up their skills.Through the course of the pandemic, many operators have been hard at work brushing up their skills.

How tourism crews play key role in preserving reef | Daily Mercury

A team of Australian scientists just discovered a wholly new, detached coral reef in the Great Barrier Reef that's more than 1,600 feet tall.A team of Australian scientists just discovered a wholly new, detached coral reef in the Great Barrier Reef that's more than 1,600 feet tall.

Researchers discovered a Coral Reef Taller than the Eiffel Tower - Nerdist

It was the first detached reef to have been discovered in the area since the late 1800s.It was the first detached reef to have been discovered in the area since the late 1800s.

Was a Coral Reef Taller Than the Empire State Building Discovered in the Great Barrier Reef?

Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coast Australian scientists found a detached coral reef on the Great Barrier Reef that exceeds the height of the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower, the Schmidt Ocean Institute said this week, the first such discovery in over 100 years.Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coast Australian scientists found a detached coral reef on the Great Barrier Reef that exceeds the height of the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower, the Schmidt Ocean Institute said this week, the first such discovery in over 100 years.

Science News Roundup: Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef; U.S. researchers dream of life after Trump and more | Science-Environment

The detached coral structure stands at 500 meters in the Great Barrier ReefThe detached coral structure stands at 500 meters in the Great Barrier Reef

Newly discovered reef is taller than a skyscraper | Science | AAAS

The underwater skyscraper teems with sea life and had been overlooked in past surveys of the reef system.The underwater skyscraper teems with sea life and had been overlooked in past surveys of the reef system.

The Schmidt Ocean Institute that discovered the reef was founded by Eric Schmidt, Google's former Executive Chairman, and his businesswoman wife, Wendy.The Schmidt Ocean Institute that discovered the reef was founded by Eric Schmidt, Google's former Executive Chairman, and his businesswoman wife, Wendy.

Towering coral reef taller than the Empire State Building discovered in Australia's Great Barrier Reef

The “blade like” reef is nearly 500 metres tall and 1.5 kilometres wide. It lies 40 metres below the ocean surface and about six kilometres from the edge of Great Barrier Reef.The “blade like” reef is nearly 500 metres tall and 1.5 kilometres wide. It lies 40 metres below the ocean surface and about six kilometres from the edge of Great Barrier Reef.

‘Blade like’ coral reef taller than Empire State Building found in Australia - it s viral - Hindustan Times

Scientists have discovered a free-standing reef near Australia's Great Barrier Reef, which stands taller than the Empire State Building.This is the first detached reef discovered there in more than 100 years.

Coral 'tower' taller than the Empire State Building discovered off Australian coast | Live Science

A team of scientists mapped the underwater landscape and its bustling sea life using a robot A team of scientists mapped the underwater landscape and its bustling sea life using a robot

A Coral Reef Taller Than the Eiffel Tower Was Just Discovered Off the Coast of Australia | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine

CAPE YORK (Australia) • Scientists have discovered a massive coral reef - higher than the Empire State Building - at the northern tip of the Great Barrier Reef.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Australia/NZ News -CAPE YORK (Australia) • Scientists have discovered a massive coral reef - higher than the Empire State Building - at the northern tip of the Great Barrier Reef.. Read more at

Coral reef taller than Petronas Towers found, Australia/NZ News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Australian scientists found a detached coral reef on the Great Barrier Reef that exceeds the height of the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower, the Schmidt Ocean Institute said this week, the first such discovery in over 100 years.Australian scientists found a detached coral reef on the Great Barrier Reef that exceeds the height of the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower, the Schmidt Ocean Institute said this week, the first such discovery in over 100 years.

Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coast | Reuters

Scientists have discovered a massive detached coral reef taller than the Empire State Building in Australia's Great Barrier Reef. It's the first discovery of its kind in over a century and the reef is healthy and thriving. Footage captured by scientists shows clown fish paddling between vibrant peach and pink coral; a colourful scene found last week by a team from James Cook University. Marine Scientist Dr Robin Beaman led the mission: "That's it was a real eye-opener to bring the R.O.V. up over the ledge, literally climb onto the summit, and then peer around in the warm photic water, warm photic zone to see all the fish and coral and sharks there. So a very healthy coral ecosystem on this type of top of a 500 metre tall reef. It's not something you discover every day." The nearly mile-long structure was named the "blade reef" for its sharp peak, and was found by using an underwater robot, named Subastian. With its help, the team collected samples to be archived. "We've found new fish species, new black coral species, we have been taking samples with the R.O.V., because it has a hand and we have a permit from the Marine Park that allows us to collect these rare corals." This part of the seabed stands in contrast to the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef, which is suffering from bleaching where warm water causes coral to expel the algae that feeds it and ecosystems are destroyed. "We didn't see any evidence of bleaching...what we saw instead was quite a thriving coral reef and sponge community, probably more fish than we've seen on any of the other R.O.V. dives." The discovery is a welcome breakthrough for scientists after a study was published earlier this month that found the Great Barrier Reef had lost more than half its coral in the last three decades.Scientists have discovered a massive detached coral reef taller than the Empire State Building in Australia's Great Barrier Reef. It's the first discovery of its kind in over a century and the reef is healthy and thriving. Footage captured by scientists shows clown fish paddling between vibrant peach and pink coral; a colourful scene found last week by a team from James Cook University. Marine Scientist Dr Robin Beaman led the mission: "That's it was a real eye-opener to bring the R.O.V. up over the ledge, literally climb onto the summit, and then peer around in the warm photic water, warm photic zone to see all the fish and coral and sharks there. So a very healthy coral ecosystem on this type of top of a 500 metre tall reef. It's not something you discover every day." The nearly mile-long structure was named the "blade reef" for its sharp peak, and was found by using an underwater robot, named Subastian. With its help, the team collected samples to be archived. "We've found new fish species, new black coral species, we have been taking samples with the R.O.V., because it has a hand and we have a permit from the Marine Park that allows us to collect these rare corals." This part of the seabed stands in contrast to the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef, which is suffering from bleaching where warm water causes coral to expel the algae that feeds it and ecosystems are destroyed. "We didn't see any evidence of bleaching...what we saw instead was quite a thriving coral reef and sponge community, probably more fish than we've seen on any of the other R.O.V. dives." The discovery is a welcome breakthrough for scientists after a study was published earlier this month that found the Great Barrier Reef had lost more than half its coral in the last three decades.

Skyscraper-sized reef discovered in Australia [Video]

Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coastAustralian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coast

Aussie scientists find coral reef taller than Empire State Building