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DURATION: 1:22-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:Catlin Global Reef Record VNR -- COURTESYHeron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia - dates unknown1. Various of reef (mute audio)AP Television - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York, US - 18 September 20132. SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record:Catlin Global Reef Record VNRHeron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia - September 2012, exact date unknown3. Various underwater shots of diver using "SVII" camera to record images of coral reefs (mute audio)Bermuda - 18 September 20134. Various underwater shotsAP Television - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York, US - 18 September 20135. SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record (covered by previous shot):Catlin Global Reef Record VNRBermuda - 18 September 2013 6. Various underwater shotsAP Television - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York, US - 18 September 20137. SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record (partially covered by previous shot):Catlin Global Reef Record VNR -- COURTESYMyrmidon Reef, Great Barrier Reef, Australia - September 2012, exact date unknown9. Various underwater STILLS edited together in sequence to give "fly through" reef experience, shows dolphins at end VOICEOVER SCRIPT:AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF. A SPECTACULAR PLACE TO VIEW SEA LIFE.BUT SCIENTISTS SAY REEFS LIKE THIS ONE ARE IN DANGER. THE CORAL IN PARTS OF the WORLD HAS CONTRACTED BY HALF IN THE LAST 30 YEARS.SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record:"We're facing rising sea temperatures and steadily acidifying ocean waters and that presents real problems when corals try to grow or survive essentially underwater heatwaves."ONE PROJECT AIMS TO REVERSE THE NEGATIVE TRENDS. THE CATLIN GLOBAL REEF RECORD HAS SET OUT TO TAKE HIGH DEFINITION IMAGES OF REEFS AROUND THE WORLD. THEY HOPE THAT PRODUCING A COMPREHENSIVE RECORD OF THEIR CONDITION WILL LEAD TO A DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record:"It's about the oxygen we breathe. The ocean absorbs an enormous amount of heat and regulates our climate."THE RESEARCHERS BLAME POLLUTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE FOR THE REDUCTION IN CORAL. THEY ALSO SAY THIS PROJECT IS DIFFERENT. INSTEAD OF MAKING A RECORD FOR SCIENTISTS--THIS ONE MAKES THE IMAGES QUICKLY AVAILABLE ONLINE FOR ANYONE TO VIEW.SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Chief Scientist, Catlin Global Reef Record:"We're at a crossroad. We can make some changes right now and avoid the loss of a major eco-system or standby and just see this wonderful thing called coral reefs just disappear from our planet."AND ALLOWING ANYONE TO JOIN THE EFFORT FROM THE COMFORT OF THEIR HOME.MATT FRIEDMAN. ASSOCIATED PRESS.