The following links relate to draft background papers about issues related to the goals of the Coral Triangle Initiative. They were compiled by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. They are designed to stimulate and assist discussion between Coral Triangle countries and partners. These papers were revised in November based upon additional input from Coral Triangle country experts. Further participation through co-authorship, input and comment continues to be welcome. Financial assistance from WWF and The Queensland Department of Tourism, Regional Development and Industry is gratefully acknowledged.
- Coral reefs' collapse isn't inevitable, researchers say
- Scientists call for large ocean wilderness parks
- Remote reefs can be tougher than they look
- Community Power 'Can Rescue Failing Fish Stocks'
- Climate ‘brings opportunities and threats to the Pacific’
- Tiny plants devour reefs in warming, acidic oceans
- ‘Blood Test’ for Crook Corals
- Nesting site protection ‘key to save turtles from climate change’
- Crabs help reef fight deadly disease
- Tiny reef speedster challenges tuna in the ocean sprint
- Global biodiversity loss: stop worrying and start panicking
- Double seminar: Coral reef research goes viral: determining the role of viruses in coral reefs.
- Exploring Social-Ecological Interactions in Hawaiian Coral Reefs: Implications for Managing Towards Sustainability
- Negotiating the Future of Local ‘Backwaters’: Participatory Marine Conservation amongst the Islanders in Eastern Indonesia
- Dynamics of seawater carbonate chemistry, production, and calcification of a coral reef flat, Central Great Barrier Reef.