Beached as! All you need to know about your local beach critters
So you're hitting the beach this summer. Do you know much about the biodiversity you're sharing the surf with? From salps to seagrass, let's deep dive.
Ocean songs: Music you can float to
Whether you're sittin' on the dock of the bay, surfin' USA or living in a yellow submarine, we've got you. Our latest playlist pays homage to the oceans that connect us all.
Pick of the litter: how much rubbish is there at Ningaloo Reef?
Our research into rubbish at Ningaloo Reef has revealed the World-heritage listed area is living up to its pristine reputation.
Scientist travels to the end of the world, to change the world
Clothilde Langlais, a physical oceanographer, researches how our oceans connect with our climate systems. She is in Antarctica to champion women in STEM as part of Homeward Bound.
Lab to reef: coral eggs provide new life for reef restoration
Our scientists will be capturing millions of coral eggs from a coral spawning event at Heron Island to help restore parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
Saltwater science and sea country research
34 researchers and 20 crew on board RV Investigator set off from Turrbal Country, near Brisbane. They steamed through Quandamooka Country, past Kabi Kabi Country and out into the Coral Sea.
A landmark report confirms Australia is girt by hotter, higher seas. But there’s still time to act
The IPCC report says extreme sea level events that used to hit once a century will occur once a year in many places by 2050. This situation is inevitable, even if emissions are dramatically curbed.
Home and array: Investigator shedding light on the EAC
RV Investigator has returned from the East Australian Current to uncover the latest data from one of our fickle ocean features.
Saving baby turtles one nest at a time
We're working with Indigenous rangers in Cape York to give baby turtles the best chance of making it from nest to ocean.
Climate change may change the way ocean waves impact 50% of the world’s coastlines
The rise in sea levels is not the only way climate change will affect our coasts. Research, published today, found a warming planet will also alter ocean waves along more than 50% of the world’s coastlines.
Nice one BRUV! Counting deep-water fish at Ningaloo Reef
Alongside The University of Western Australia, we're undertaking deep-water fish surveys at Ningaloo Reef to deepen our understanding of the marine habitat and populations of fish living there.