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CoralCoE PhD candidate, Kristen Brown, investigating coral-algal interactions at Heron Island, southern Great Barrier Reef.

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CoralCoE PhD candidate, Kristen Brown, investigating coral-algal interactions at Heron Island, southern Great Barrier Reef. photo copyright The University of Queensland taken at  and featuring the Cruising Yacht class
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Combination of light and temperature naturally regulate algal abundance
A two-year study has found the amount of algae on a coral reef is influenced by interaction between light and temperature, as well as by human impacts.
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