Coral Skeletons Provide Historical Evidence of Phosphorus Runoff on the Great Barrier Reef
Recently, the inshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef have declined rapidly because of deteriorating water quality. Increased catchment runoff is one potential culprit. The impacts of land-use on coral growth and reef health however are largely circumstan
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