Living Planet: Playing sounds underwater could help restore coral reefs | Environment| All topics from climate change to conservation | DW | 28.05.2020
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Living Planet: Playing sounds underwater could help restore coral reefs

Coral reefs are remarkably noisy places, and young fish rely on those sounds to find a reef to settle into. Sadly, that sound is getting quieter as reefs decline due largely to climate change. DW spoke to Tim Gordon, a marine biologist at the University of Exeter, about his research into restoring corals at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef — by playing the sound of healthy reefs underwater.

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