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Rising ocean temperatures and more extreme and frequent heat events in the past decade have lead to intense coral bleaching events across the Great Barrier Reef. 2016 recorded the most damaging bleaching event in the reefs history with approximately 30% of the northern reef, and up to 90% of the southern reef bleached. Michael Slezak’s article in The Guardian outlines the potential for further bleaching in the year to come and the risk associated with human activities on the Great Barrier Reef.

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A Province on Fire: An Examination of the Impacts of Wildfires in British Columbia    

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