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Department of Environment, water, Heritage and the Arts
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
World Seagrass Association
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
The Nature Conservancy - International Program
World Wide Fund For Nature  South Pacific Programme
Wildlife Conservation Society
Locally Marine Managed Areas netwrok
Reef Guardian School Programme
Wild Singapore
Queensland Parks & Wildlfe Service
Team Seagrass Singapore
Hervey Bay Dugong & Seagrass Monitoring Program
Reef Check
Palau International Coral Reef Center
Läje Rotuma
Conservation Society of Pohnpei
Environs Kimberley
The Marine & Coastal Community Network
Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program
Healthy Waterways - Moreton Bay
Conservation Volunteers
The Western Australian Seagrass Web Page
Australian Marine Conservation Society
Reef Watch, Victoria
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Ocean Watch
James cook university
Marine Botany group (UQ)
University of the Philippines
University of papua New guinea
Borneo Marine Research Institute
Seagrass Thailand
Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Australian Institute of Marine Science
Ports Coporation of Queensland
Marine Community Monitoring Program
EarthBeat - Radio National
The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth
Totally Wild - Channel Ten
Seagrass Adventures
Seagrass-Watch Moreton Bay
Reef Futures
Keep up-to-date with the latest temperatures on the Reef by visiting the Reef Futures website ( ).

Sea temperature monitoring
Choose from one of about 50 sites on the Reef and check the sea surface temperatures. More than 10 years of data are available for downloading or to view as a graph of temperature over time. Updated irregularly.

Weather on the Reef
Choose from 9 weather stations on the Reef and check the air and water temperatures (at 1m and 2m depth). Updated daily. Data back to 1987. Updated every half hour (depending on transmission success).

ReefState is an interactive model that simulates how global warming could change coral reefs in the central Great Barrier Reef over the next few decades to 2050: choose an inshore, mid-shelf or outer shelf reef, with a high or low warming scenario and see how the coral cover and composition of reefs will change.



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