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.
RV Investigator – Supplementary call for applications 2014-2015
The Marine National Facility (MNF) supports Australian researchers and their international collaborators in carrying out research in Australia’s regional seas […]
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 […]
Friday Fish Time
We’ve got a special FFT for you today- a feature article by Rich Hillary on the Southern Bluefin Tuna and […]