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Many Pacific Island countries and territories will lose 50 to 80 percent of marine species by the end of the 21st century if climate change and global warming continue unchecked, reports a new study published in the November issue of Marine Policy.
Nuffield Australia's annual farming scholarships recognise young farmers helping to advance their chosen agricultural sectors, opening doors to a global community of likeminded scholars and experts in the field.
In 2011, a 10-day heatwave hit undersea kelp forests along WA’s coast, sparking changes in the distribution of species that could impact the state's fishing industry and coastal tourism significantly.
Pasture trials on a Central Queensland beef farm show that using organic compost instead of synthetic fertiliser can be a win-win for farmers and the reef, minimising run-off while slashing input costs and boosting yield, fodder quality and soil health.
Global climate change is altering the world’s oceans in many ways. Some impacts have received wide coverage, such as shrinking Arctic sea ice, rising sea levels and ocean warming. However, as the oceans warm, marine scientists are observing other forms of damage.