To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’d like you to meet the women who kicked some serious science butt during Investigator’s 51 day Antarctic voyage.
Investigator has returned to the East Australian Current to grapple with the challenges of maintaining IMOS deep water moorings.
Can coral create rain? Scientists on board RV Investigator are using drones, balloons and other high tech gadgets to find out.
Drifting like Nemo, RV Investigator has been following the East Australian Current to make some interesting discoveries. Here’s the highlight reel.
Scientists search for the meaning of life for ocean microbes and find that the truth might be out there, in the mud!
After travelling to the Antarctic ice edge, Investigator has berthed in New Zealand to finish Leg 1 of a research voyage that will take the ship to the equator.
Update #6 – An unexpected turn of events, bubbles from the sea floor, a live interview from the ship, and homeward bound.
In this blog Andrew Bowie shares his latest research and what it’s like working in the windiest and wildest ocean in the world.
A team of CSIRO scientists is embarking on a month long research voyage to the Antarctic to investigate the impact of climate change on the Southern Ocean. CSIRO’s Dr Steve Rintoul will be leading the scientific mission aboard the Aurora Australis and recorded an interview HERE with CSIRO before he left. There is also an