News Feature | September 28, 2022

In Positive Trend For Water Quality, Great Barrier Reef Sets Record For Recovery

Source: KLa Systems

In an all-too-rare pleasant surprise for the state of source water quality around the world, scientists have found that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is trending in a healthy direction following years of bleaching and other harmful events to its ecosystem.

“The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) announced that new coral had populated the northern and central parts of the damaged Great Barrier Reef, according to the AIMS 2021 annual report,” the Daily Caller reported. “AIMS’ survey of the reef’s health found that Acropora coral levels at the Great Barrier Reef, one of the Seven Wonders of the world, were at their highest since the organization began monitoring the ecosystem 36 years ago.”

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