Our new, double-sided 'Code Red' poster outlines coordinated action backed by research, government, industry and the community to save Tasmania's Red Handfish and Spotted Handfish.
Hub PhD student Darryn Sward has been flying an ROV across the seafloor off Bicheno and the Tasman Peninsula: surveying fish and urchins, and building best-practice approaches.
Sydney's affluent eastern suburbs have raw and untreated sewage from 3,500 people discharged directly into the Tasman Sea.
Our standards are spreading: from sampling the eels and sponges of St Lucia, to sorting Sydney's cryptic crabs
Our Field Manuals for Marine Sampling are being consulted in salty surveys around the world, from the silty North Sea to the glorious reefs of the Caribbean.
Visualising the distribution of seafloor types and marine life in relation to resource management boundaries and enviroronmental pressures.
Fishes in the Port Stephens-Great Lakes and Hunter marine parks off New South Wales are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a rocky reef to dine out on.
Young hammerhead sharks tagged and tracked off Western Australia and Queensland are building a picture of their coastal movements.
New research on abyssal brittle stars shows that the evolution of marine species does not follow one course, but rather depends on the geological, climatic and biological history of each ecosystem.
New areas of deep-sea coral reef and more than 100 unnamed species – including corals, lobsters and molluscs– have been discovered on undersea mountains in marine parks south of Tasmania.
Scientists and park managers returned to Hobart today after a four-week survey of the seamounts on CSIRO research vessel Investigator led by CSIRO.
Scientists and Australian Marine Park managers on the Investigator are surveying deep coral reefs and a rare aggregation of spawning eels at underwater mountains or ‘seamounts’ off Tasmania.