December 2012Marine Matters
"Marine Biodiversity in the frame"
The Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is working with a number of research projects that will influence development of the observing system into the future. In a project with the National Environmental Research Program (NERP) Marine Biodiversity Hub, IMOS is providing data for use in development of a set of National Marine Ecological Indicators to monitor and evaluate the state of Australia’s marine...
A symposium entitled ‘Spatial connectivity and the management of threatened marine species’ will be hosted by Kiki Dethmers (CDU postdoc), Mark Hamann (JCU Principal Research Fellow) and Hub researcher Peter Kyne at the Society of Conservation Biology – Oceania 2012 conference to be held at Charles Darwin University on 21–23 September. (The theme of the conference is People and Conservation in Land and Sea Country.)
"This book will take you on a journey across Australia's oceans and give you a snapshot of our precious marine world." -The Hon Tony Burke, Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
Australia is surrounded by magnificent oceans that are the envy of the world. But we cannot afford to be complacent.
In the space of one lifetime, the world's oceans have gone from being relatively pristine to being under increasing pressure year after year....
The theme for this year's Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference is “Marine Extremes - And Everything In Between” and will be held in Hobart, Tasmania, from 1 to 5 July 2012.
The Hub is a bronze sponsor for this year's conference and will also be hosting the evening poster cocktail session on Monday 2 July.
Marine Biodiversity Hub researchers will convene 4 symposia –...
December 2011"National research partnership supports marine biodiversity management"
Prof Nic Bax, Director NERP Marine Hub
Australia’s Marine Biodiversity Hub is a four-year research partnership established in 2011 by the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC) National Environmental Research Program (NERP). It links the expertise and resources of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (...
Marine Protected Areas Workshop
Understanding DSEWPaC’s research needs for managing the Commonwealth marine reserve estate
16 November 2010, Canberra
The Marine Biodiversity Hub hosted a workshop with the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC) to bring together policy-makers, managers and researchers in protected area management. The goal of the workshop was to foster understanding about the future legislative, policy,...
6 December 2010
Science to support Australia's biodiversity
Australian Government invests in five research hubs that will provide first-class science that is essential for sustainably managing Australia's biodiversity - under the National Environmental Research Program (NERP)
The Hon Tony Burke MP
Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and...
28 June 2009 - ABC Radio National “Background Briefing”
Australia’s ocean territory
Hub Director Nic Bax, and others
25 March 2009 - ABC “Bush Telegraph”
Triple bottom line - novel economic instruments to support biodiversity conservation...
8 October 2008
Minister Garrett opens workshop
The hub’s second annual science workshop held in October 2008 was opened by the Hon. Peter Garrett, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA).
Mr Garrett was in Hobart to release the findings of two recent DEWHA/CSIRO research voyages to monitor the Tasman Fracture and Huon Commonwealth Marine Reserves, about 100 nautical miles off the coast of southern Tasmania. “Mr Garrett said the discoveries were a...