New technology lights up the location of SS Lake Illawarra
Lying beneath the Derwent River in Hobart is the wreck of SS Lake Illawarra. A recent survey has illuminated this site in a whole new way.
What’s the catch? Fishing boats double to 3.7 million
As demand for fish continues to grow, new research has revealed that the global fishing fleet has doubled to 3.7 million.
Buried treasure: finding safer ways to tap into oil and gas from our oceans
By Dr Kenneth Lee Director, CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship If anything good is to come from the devastation caused […]
Surf's up… and down. Wave heights to change as atmosphere warms
Climate scientists studying the impact of changing wave behaviour on the world’s coastlines are reporting a likely decrease in average […]
Seasonal climate forecasts: reading tea-leaves in a digital age
By Peter McIntosh, Principal Research Scientist, Marine and Atmospheric Research. Tea-leaves, entrails, cockatoos: we all want to forecast the future. […]
Ahh, go for Indian Ocean float deployment
The ability of oceanographers to study how the Indian Ocean shapes Australian and global climate was helped this week by […]
Work starts on new marine research vessel
Work on Australia’s new $120 million Marine National Facility research vessel, Investigator, moved from the drafting table to the shipyard […]
Battling pirates, storms and vast oceans in the name of science
A 20-metre South African yacht chartered by CSIRO has completed an epic voyage around the Indian Ocean deploying 55 ocean […]