#RV Southern Surveyor
Australia’s continental margin – Brisbane to Byron Bay fly over
Using the sonar systems on the RV Southern Surveyor, we've mapped the 'continental margin' between Brisbane and Byron to research landslides and tsunamis.
Landslides and tsunamis under investigation on Australia’s east coast
Australia’s coastline may be vulnerable to landslides with potentially disastrous consequences, according to ongoing research in the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences.
Flashback to the 1980s when orange was the new black
In 1988 the Southern Surveyor arrived into Hobart, Tasmania, and this is what she looked like tied up at the wharf. This photo was taken by Jeff Jackson.
ANU volcano expert Professor Richard Arculus on Conversations with Richard Fidler
The ABC spoke to Richard Arculus about his research into volcanoes on board Southern Surveyor and on other ships around the world.
Now this looks like I might throw up!
During the last voyage on the Marine National Facility research vessel Southern Surveyor into the Southern Ocean, the ship hit a cracker of a storm.
How exciting! The Southern Surveyor book has arrived…
Look who popped into CSIRO Publishing to catch up with his editor Lauren Webb!
Southern Surveyor: Stories from on board Australia’s ocean research vessel
Over the course of a year, Michael Veitch interviewed the men and women who worked onboard CSIRO’s research vessel Southern Surveyor to produce an engaging and sometimes dramatic account of their adventures.
Southern Surveyor: Stories from onboard Australia’s ocean research vessel
Michael Veitch talks about interviewing many of the Southern Surveyor scientists and crew for his new book in this short video.
The ancient Great Barrier Reef!
The new RV Southern Surveyor book includes an interview with Dr Robin Beaman, who discovered vast ancient drowned coral reefs near the Great Barrier Reef.
Wow! Look what’s about to hit book stores near you!
A new book regaling stories from onboard Australia's ocean research vessel is set to hit the shelves soon.
Investigator goes to sea, to see what it can (3-D) see
By Hannah Scott Tomorrow will mark the official Welcome to Port for the new research vessel, Investigator – however science success […]