Dr Michael Dunlop: conserving biodiversity in a changing climate
Dr Michael Dunlop works on biodiversity and climate change. He has a special focus on understanding the implications of climate change for conservation, and helping managers and policymakers develop approaches to conservation that will be effective in a changing climate.
Marine Climate Impacts and Adaptation
Rising ocean temperatures pose a threat to fisheries and marine biodiversity. CSIRO scientists are studying how climate change will affect Australia’s oceans, and developing adaptation options to respond to these challenges.
Climate projections for Vietnam
Australian and Vietnamese climate scientists met in Hanoi last week to begin work on developing higher-resolution climate change projections for Vietnam.
'The Dish' finds a 'diamond planet'
Astronomers using 'The Dish' – CSIRO's radio telescope near Parkes, NSW – believe they've found a small planet made of diamond, orbiting an unusual star.