Coral bleaching events increasing, but ‘we still have a time to act’ says researcher
A leading team of coral researchers has found the frequency of coral bleaching events is dramatically increasing around the world.
The average time between bleaching events at the same reef has shrunk from an average of once every 25 to 30 years in the 1980s to once every six years since 2010.
And there’s a risk bleaching events could take place every year in the next few decades.
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