The Atlas of Living Australia brings species information together from multiple sources (collections, universities and museums for example) to form the most comprehensive and accessible data set on Australia’s biodiversity ever produced.
Aquaculture needs evidence-based investigations if it’s to proceed sustainably, including water column monitoring, waste management, and the effects of climate change.
For the first time, we show that sea-level rise in the late 20th century is predominantly caused by the burning of fossil fuels.
The blue haze surrounding Eucalyptus is a volatile compound, isoprene, that contributes to pollution and air quality counts.
We’re looking at coral reef spawning, one of the largest reproductive events, to better understand coral colonisation and growth.
We’ve developed a model that can predict bushfires over a week-long period with an accuracy of 91%.
We’re working with NASA to uncover the mysteries of Great Barrier Reef.
We asked world-renowned cities guru Professor Mike Batty how science and technology can contribute to the liveable and resilient cities of the future.
Using the sonar systems on the RV Southern Surveyor, we’ve mapped the ‘continental margin’ between Brisbane and Byron to research landslides and tsunamis.