Because we all know how bad rubbish is for the environment, we decided to give you a few tips on how to lighten your rubbish load this Christmas.
A casual stroll along the beach has helped to uncover a relic of our data collection past.
Our recently published Oil Spill Monitoring Handbook provides world-class science, not just on oil spill clean ups, but the monitoring and restoration that follows.
Stretching more than a kilometre across the reef lagoon, our scientists set about identifying millions of teeny tiny aquabugs.
This month we celebrate a decade of research at the Ningaloo Marine Park. In this time the team have visited a set of 16 sites in and around Mandu almost every year, collecting valuable data that is helping us to gain a better understanding of the reef.
As the Great Barrier Reef comes under increasing pressure from the degradation of water quality and climate change, what can we do to protect the world’s largest coral reef system for future generations?
Meet our three new PhD students who will be researching the beautiful and diverse Ningaloo Reef as part of our research project with BHP Billiton.
The results of our first ever worldwide analysis of the threat posed by plastic pollution to seabird species are worrying – but we can help alleviate the problem.
We have a deep water camera system that can capture images 5,500 metres in a vertical drop (stationary ship), or 4,000 metres when it’s being towed at around 1-2 knots.