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dc.contributor.authorLough, J.M.*
dc.date.accessioned2012-05-25T02:39:40Zen
dc.date.available2012-05-25T02:39:40Zen
dc.date.issued1998en
dc.identifier.isbn9780642230690en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11017/331en
dc.description.abstractThe extensive coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef(GBR) in early 1998 focussed attention on the role that unusually high sea surface temperatures (SSTs) might play in triggering coral bleaching. 1997~ 1998 also witnessed significant coral bleaching events at many reef sites around the world (Wilkinson" 1998; Berkelmans and Oliver, in press). A link was made between unusually high summer SSTs and the 1997-99 EI Nino Southem Oscillation (ENSO) event (Wilkinson et al., in press).en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authorityen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesResearch publication series no. 57en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesResearch publication-
dc.subjectGreat Barrier Reef (Qld.)-Climatenull
dc.titleSea surface temperatures on the Great Barrier Reef : a contribution to the study of coral bleachingen
dc.typeReporten
dc.subject.asfaClimatic changesen
dc.subject.asfaSea surface temperatureen
dc.subject.asfaBleachingen
dc.subject.asfaCoralen
dc.format.pages35en
dc.contributor.corpauthorGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authorityen
dc.subject.apaisGreenhouse effecten
dc.subject.apaisOceansen
dc.publisher.placeTownsville, Qld.en
dc.relation.connectiontogbrmpaGBRMPA published this itemen
dc.subject.categoryEcosystemsen
dc.subject.categoryClimate changeen
dc.subject.themeReef Ecosystems and Speciesen
dc.subject.themeEffects on the Reefen
dc.keywordsOcean temperatureen
dc.keywordsCoralsen
dc.keywordsCoral reef ecologyen
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