State-of-the-art buoy placed at Poor Knights Marine Reserve

The Poor Knights Islands are host to over 125 species of fish and a myriad of lifeforms including sponges, Ecklonia kelp forests and soft corals.

A new buoy at the Poor Knights allows constant monitoring of the ocean at the marine reserve, in a bid to better understand the causes and effects of ocean warming and other extreme events.


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