Source: The Northern Star 
June 21, 2012
"THE ability of coral to recover from a significant bleaching event is the subject of an ongoing research project at the world's most southerly coral reef at Lord Howe Island.
With support from the Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority and the Lord Howe Island (LHI) Marine Park Authority, a team of coral experts from Southern Cross University, Geoscience Australia and University of Western Sydney will return to the island this September to document coral recovery following a significant bleaching event in the summer of 2010.
The coral-bleaching resulted in a decline in hard coral cover of many dominant corals species at the world's most southerly coral reef."
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