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.
Going undercover with a marine biologist
Sure, everybody wants to be a marine biologist. It’s a glamorous job: working on the ocean, diving off coral reefs, […]
Irukandji forecasting: taking the sting out of stinger season
So, what are your plans for the Christmas and New Years break? Eating? Camping? Lounging? Lazing? Good for you. Merry […]
Livelihood futures – adaptation options for Indonesian communities
Diversified cropping, village food processing and flexible seaweed culture are some of the new approaches being trialed by small farmers and fishermen on the Indonesian islands of Lombok and Sumbawa to improve their livelihoods and prepare for the combined effects of climate change and population pressure.
What does a modern day scientist say to express that eureka moment when they discover a new jellyfish species? Just ask Sheldon.
Tassie oysters wear their heart on their shells
Video transcript is available here. Protecting the future of Aussie aquaculture farming through new sensor technology Whether you prefer your […]
Taking the guess work out of oil spills
By Keirissa Lawson We have developed a hydrocarbon sensor array system that can detect different types of hydrocarbons in marine […]
Giving turtles ghost of a chance against drifting killers
By Andrea Wild No, the problem is not ghost ships on the high seas, but ghostnets. Lost and abandoned fishing […]
Friday Fish Time
I imagine this little octopus likes to bop around the Pacific and Indian oceans to Beyoncé’s cuz if you liked […]
Put on your floaties: There’s an ocean in the outback
Watch out, Queensland! This week, we’re sending a great white your way- but she’s more jolly than jaws. Meet Wanda, […]
Friday Fish Time
Rigid Boxfish: I saw this picture in our scienceimage files and it just cracked me up. Looks like it is […]