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30
species of whales and dolphins

14
species of sea snakes

6 of 7
of the world's species of marine turtle

25%
of all known marine species

CRYOPRESERVATION

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CRYOPRESERVATION

Freezing the Reef for future generations.


Researchers are working hard to establish and apply the science around coral cryopreservation to create a frozen 'coral bank' for the future. Scientists are collecting and analysing the sperm and eggs of different coral species which they may be able to use in the future to help restore and potentially regenerate the Great Barrier Reef.

 

 

 

 

 

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RAINE ISLAND RECOVERY

Restoring the world's largest green turtle rookery.

The Raine Island Recovery Project is:

    • restoring the island turtle nesting habitat through beach re-profiling
    • installing cliff-top fencing to reduce mortality of nesting female turtles
    • rescuing stranded and overturned nesting female turtles
    • monitoring key island species—including turtles, seabirds and apex predators
    • undertaking research that is focused on increasing the resilience and viability of key species such as turtles and seabirds
    • building Indigenous ranger capacity.
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eREEFS PROJECT

The latest technologies and scientific data are combining in the six year eReefs project to create a suite of visual, communication and reporting tools for Reef managers.

Just as the Bureau of Meteorology does for weather, eReefs is delivering Reef water quality information online in near real time, enabling anyone to track the effects of storms, cyclones, floods and other impacts on the Reef.

The eReefs Marine Water Quality Dashboard is live on the Bureau of Meteorology website, accessible to everyone who manages and uses the Reef and needs to know about its water quality.

 

CRYOPRESERVATION

Freezing the Reef for future generations.


Researchers are working hard to establish and apply the science around coral cryopreservation to create a frozen 'coral bank' for the future. Scientists are collecting and analysing the sperm and eggs of different coral species which they may be able to use in the future to help restore and potentially regenerate the Great Barrier Reef.

 

 

RAINE ISLAND RECOVERY

Raine Island is a remote vegetated coral cay situated 620 km north west of Cairns, playing host to one of the greatest animal migrations on Earth. As many as 60,000 female green turtles migrate thousands of kilometres to lay their eggs here.

 

The Raine Island Recovery Project is:

  • restoring the island turtle nesting habitat through beach re-profiling
  • installing cliff-top fencing to reduce mortality of nesting female turtles
  • rescuing stranded and overturned nesting female turtles
  • monitoring key island species—including turtles, seabirds and apex predators
  • undertaking research that is focused on increasing the resilience and viability of key species such as turtles and seabirds
  • building Indigenous ranger capacity.


Restoring the world's largest green turtle rookery.

eREEF PROJECT

The latest technologies and scientific data are combining in the six year eReefs project to create a suite of visual, communication and reporting tools for Reef managers.

Just as the Bureau of Meteorology does for weather, eReefs is delivering Reef water quality information online in near real time, enabling anyone to track the effects of storms, cyclones, floods and other impacts on the Reef.

The eReefs Marine Water Quality Dashboard is live on the Bureau of Meteorology website, accessible to everyone who manages and uses the Reef and needs to know about its water quality.

RAINE ISLAND RECOVERY

Raine Island is a remote vegetated coral cay situated 620 km north west of Cairns, playing host to one of the greatest animal migrations on Earth. As many as 60,000 female green turtles migrate thousands of kilometres to lay their eggs here.

 

The Raine Island Recovery Project is:

  • restoring the island turtle nesting habitat through beach re-profiling
  • installing cliff-top fencing to reduce mortality of nesting female turtles
  • rescuing stranded and overturned nesting female turtles
  • monitoring key island species—including turtles, seabirds and apex predators
  • undertaking research that is focused on increasing the resilience and viability of key species such as turtles and seabirds
  • building Indigenous ranger capacity.

 

 

eREEF PROJECT

The latest technologies and scientific data are combining in the six year eReefs project to create a suite of visual, communication and reporting tools for Reef managers.

Just as the Bureau of Meteorology does for weather, eReefs is delivering Reef water quality information online in near real time, enabling anyone to track the effects of storms, cyclones, floods and other impacts on the Reef.

The eReefs Marine Water Quality Dashboard is live on the Bureau of Meteorology website, accessible to everyone who manages and uses the Reef and needs to know about its water quality.

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