Check out the volcano cluster found by RV Investigator!
Video footage from Australia’s new ocean-going research vessel Investigator's discovery of extinct volcanoes off the coast of Sydney.
Volcanic discoveries create Sydney’s hottest new suburb
We’ve discovered Sydney's hottest new locale: a cluster of ancient volcanoes hidden 5km below the sea.
RV Investigator discovers a 50 million year old volcano cluster off the coast of Sydney
Australia’s new research vessel Investigator discovered extinct volcanoes likely to be 50 million years old, about 250 km off the coast of Sydney.
Gifts of the GAB: Five not-so-fishy facts about the Great Australian Bight
The Great Australian Bight is an iconic marine environment. To celebrate World Oceans Day, here's five not-so-fishy-facts about the GAB, as it's so affectionately known.
A new Atlantis
Wouldn’t it be good if there were a spare ecosystem we could try things out on before making decisions? That's why we built Atlantis, a marine ecosystem modelling tool for testing out resource and planning decisions.
Another kind of Southern Lights
Phytoplankton put on a stunning show of bioluminescence at South Arm in Tasmania, turning the beach blue for kilometres, glowing and flashing.
Rotating sea cucumbers is kind of a big deal
We've found rotating the harvest zone improves biological and economic performance of the fishery, as well as lengthening the rotations out to six years.
A shark’s tale: is there something fishy in the waters off Newcastle?
For 8 days in January, Newcastle beaches were closed while sharks 'plagued the coastline'. Was the frenzy warranted? No, says our resident shark expert.
Livelihood futures – Papua New Guinea
Many coastal communities in Papua New Guinea are particularly vulnerable to change. Global drivers such as peak oil, fluctuating economic […]
Helping seabirds and sea mammals adapt to climate change
CSIRO scientists are studying the impacts of climate change on seabirds and marine mammals, and investigating options to help them adapt to future change.
Growth opportunities for Australia’s seafood industry
New research from CSIRO and the University of Tasmania suggests climate change might actually create growth opportunities for Australia’s seafood industries, if we take a holistic look at seafood supply chains.