A remarkable swatch of Bass Strait – part of the South-east network of offshore Australian Marine Parks – was mapped in July by a Marine Biodiversity Hub team in partnership with Parks Australia.
Warmer temperatures are affecting important groups of coral reef animals in ways that may reduce the capacity of corals to rebuild after bleaching.
The Marine Hub has created the following two-sided posters from its marine biodiversity research:
We’re mapping the seabed in the Beagle Marine Park, which bridges the Tasmanian and Victorian borders in north-eastern Bass Strait. Learn more from our survey leaders.
Coordinated actions by institutions and individuals at all levels of planning and implementation are needed to advance sea-country research in Australia.
Welcome to The Striped Trumpeter, a quarterly round-up of stories, videos, journal articles, reports and data from the NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub.
Knowledge of sawfish almost skipped a generation at Kalkaringi . . . then two showed up in legendary locations.
Meet the monitoring team for Flinders Marine Park . . . Striped Trumpeter, Reef Ocean Perch, Gummy Shark, Jackass Morwong, Tiger Flathead and Sand Flathead.
We've identified five Australian 'super canyons' in the first study to relate the physical variability of submarine canyons to their likely habitats and marine communities.
The Field Manuals for Marine Sampling to Monitor Australian Waters are being championed as the way forward for nationally coordinated marine research and monitoring.