The Great Barrier Reef has lost more than half of its corals since 1995, according to a new Australian Research Council (ARC) report.
- A study by James Cook University scientists shows the Great Barrier Reef had declined by 50 percent since the mid-1990s
- Small, medium and large coral populations have all declined, largely because of bleaching events
- The lead author of the study said the impact of bleaching in 2020 is not yet known
The ARC Centre …