Monitoring the Great Barrier Reef. Is a healthy reef a beautiful reef?
The Great Barrier Reef was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Area in 1981 and is widely recognised for its exceptional natural beauty. Under the World Heritage Convention, the Australian federal and Queensland state governments have a responsibility to monitor and report on the reef aesthetic values, as well as more traditional reef health measures such as water quality and biological diversity.
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