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.
A Marine Biodiversity Hub team has embarked on a voyage to survey marine life at Elizabeth and Middleton reefs in the bountiful Lord Howe Island Marine Park.
In 2015, Hub researchers stumbled across a previously unknown population of Speartooth Sharks in the Lower Ord River. Last month they returned to sample the species for a population genetics study.
Outgoing IMOS director Tim Moltmann has long championed national and international collaboration in marine observation
Hub researchers are working with Malgana Traditional Owners to assist the natural recovery of seagrasses devastated by a marine heatwave at Shark Bay.
A benchmark survey at Ningaloo Marine Park (Commonwealth waters), finds hidden treasures in the lesser-known depths of Ningaloo reef.
Scientists, managers, industry and the community are mobilising to help save Tasmania's Red Handfish from extinction.
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.