A slick operation: We’re harvesting coral to help restore the Great Barrier Reef
We’re harvesting coral spawn slicks to upscale coral restoration of the Great Barrier Reef, through our Recovery of Reefs Using Industrial Techniques (RECRUIT) project.
Talking toxic blooms and mass fish deaths
We explore the science behind the recent toxic algae outbreak and the mass fish loss in the Murray Darling, and look at ways to manage it in the future.
Eddy currents: enter the whirlpool
What do the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race and the Australian freshwater eel have in common?
El Niño and La Niña – por que no los dos?! (Actually, that would be very bad)
We need to talk about the two children responsible for some of our climate catastrophes: El Niño and La Niña.
Blazing a trail for tracking bushfires
Our researchers are helping fire authorities and residents world-wide to better understand bushfires.
Meet El Niño’s cranky uncle that could send global warming into hyperdrive
We’re due to cop a hiding from the Pacific Ocean, but we don’t know when.
Enter the DRAGON (institute)
Climate change is threatening one of the world's most important rivers, and impacting millions of people.
Safety among the gum trees for Wye River
Our leading bushfire risk expert Justin Leonard has been working with the community and a wider Advisory Panel to develop a set of voluntary guidelines that will help improve the townships resilience to bushfire.
Was Tasmania’s summer of fires and floods a glimpse of its climate future?
Tourists and locals alike enjoyed clear, warm days over summer – but these conditions came at a cost, priming Tasmania for damaging bushfires.
Bushfires have a sting in the tail for Tasmania’s honey industry
Tasmania's bushfires have hurt not only the state's forests, but also the honey industry that depends on access to the region's unique trees.
Adapting to bushfires: a new idea of ‘fire-proof’ homes
Every year homes are lost in bushfires. But what if we build our houses to withstand fire?