Keppel Bay’s 7700-year-old reefs

Keppel Bay’s 7700-year-old reefs

—The Keppel Islands— Keppel Bay’s 7700-year-old reefs  By Dr Alison Jones  |    23 Aug 2020 Unlike other reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Keppel Bay reefs have been able to alter their pattern of growth and survive changes in sea level and climate about every...
Keppels first bleaching in 14 years

Keppels first bleaching in 14 years

In February 2020, the first bleaching event in 14 years occurred in the Keppel Islands. The corals mainly affected were the fast-growing branching corals that live in the shallow waters fringing the islands. While many see this as a devastating event, a new study...