"We have never seen such heat in the month of November, so we do not know what the situation is like this summer this summer – it is technically not summer."
Survival in the surface of the ocean surface was not as good as it was in the same period before rehabilitation bleaching during the years 2015-16. The season also included a record high El Niño event.
The Pacific situation, however, was a significant cyclone in the summer that disappeared from northern Australia, but this has not happened yet.
The possibility that another mass can reduce bleaching is likely to be killed by more sensitive coral points between 2015-16 and 2016-17. Doctor Vachanfeld said.
Coral reefs in the past have suffered four degrees of healing weeks and eight to die later. Such a gauge – a gauge based on average quality conditions for a single week – indicates thermal power in the towers that demand the expulsion of the algae that gives their energy and color.
We do not expect that the boundaries that we have applied over the past few years should really be applied everywhere, "Dr Wallfelfel told journalists," It is very difficult to predict future predictions a few years ago. "
Temperatures in November have dropped to five degrees below the same level of visit to visitors.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, the recent warming conditions remain.
Climate change link
Dr Vechfeldt said that the Great Barrier Reef had been hot at 0.9 degrees over the past 200 years, although scientists can analyze climate change experts in current heat.
"If we continue through the global path on the basis of greenhouse gas emissions, the coral reefs of the world are going to be a big problem and we will lose them before the end of the century." He said.
Approval to support Galilei's natural gas development in central Queensland Wassenfeld rejected. On Thursday, Adani Karamekal Mine announced that it would start construction soon.
"This is not the location [the authority] To comment on such a specific decision, but nationally and globally, we have the energy to be renewed, we must move away from fossil fuels and find ways to reduce our emissions. "
Peter Hanna, the environment editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. He describes the extensive environmental issues of Fairfax Media, from climate change to rechargeable energy.