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Warming causes more extreme shifts of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest rain band

South Pacific countries will experience more extreme floods and droughts, in response to increasing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a paper out today in the journal Nature.

White shark spotted in the west (Queensland that is)

You may have seen A Fish Called Wanda, but have you met one? Well now you can. Wanda the white shark will be travelling to regional Queensland as part of CSIRO’s National Science Week event Oceans in the Outback.

Perth: Floreat, WA (Centre for Environment and Life Sciences (CELS))

The Centre for Environment and Life Sciences draws together the capabilities of seven CSIRO research areas to provide solutions to environmental management problems and to improve the health of Australians.

New discovery of how carbon is stored in the Southern Ocean

A team of British and Australian scientists has discovered how carbon is drawn down from the surface of the Southern Ocean to the deep waters beneath.

Australia to catch the wave and hang ten (per cent that is)

Australia’s oceans hold a bounty of energy and could produce 24-hour power, either from the tides, currents or waves.

CSIRO signs landmark agreement with US NOAA on marine and climate research

CSIRO and the United States' National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) today signed a series of agreements that bring together the scientific capabilities of two global leaders in marine and atmospheric research.

Getting a fix on the gulf oil slick (Podcast 08 Sep 2010)

CSIRO scientists have been testing prototype sensor technology in the Gulf of Mexico and helping monitor the leading edge of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. (5:29)

International collaboration in energy and oceans science and technology

CSIRO works with industry leaders and researchers around the world to solve challenges related to energy production and management, and sustainable benefits from marine resources.

AES:WA, an industry partnership with Chevron

AES:WA, the Western Australian Alliance for Advanced Energy Solutions is a strategic partnership between WA:ERA and Chevron.

Marine & Atmospheric Research Seminars Floreat

CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research free public seminars in Perth.

Dr Guy Abell: using the latest genomics technologies to study microbial communities

Dr Guy Abell is part of the Environmental Genomics Team at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research using the latest genomics technologies technology to study microbial communities.

Dr Richard Kempton: using applied science to answer oil exploration questions

Dr Richard Kempton is providing fluid history investigations and applied science solutions for oil exploration companies.

Latest Southern Ocean research shows continuing deep ocean change

New research by teams of Australian and US scientists has found there has been a massive reduction in the amount of Antarctic Bottom Water found off the coast of Antarctica.

Dr Tom Hatton: Group Executive, Energy

As Group Executive Energy, Dr Tom Hatton has responsibilities across the Energy, Oceans and Resources domains supported by an annual budget of $220M.

Earth's water cycle intensifying with atmospheric warming

A clear change in salinity has been detected in the world’s oceans, signalling shifts and an acceleration in the global rainfall and evaporation cycle.

Ocean Tracks–dive in!

Dive with sharks and fish in lifelike animations and follow their paths using interactive maps based on CSIRO’s marine-tagging research.

East Australian Current on science watch

CSIRO oceanographers leave Brisbane this week on a 10-day, $2 million research voyage they believe will generate the most complete profile yet of one of Australia’s most influential environmental features, the East Australian Current.

Dr Susan Blackburn: passionate about microalgae

Dr Susan Blackburn is recognised internationally for her research and expertise in microalgal diversity, life cycles, ecophysiology, population dynamics, harmful algal blooms, culturing, and bioapplications.

Deep-sea sharks wired for sound

Deep-sea sharks have been tagged and tracked and their habitats precisely mapped in world-first research to test the conservation value of areas closed to commercial fishing.

Developing sustainable fishery harvest strategies

Scientists from the Wealth from Oceans Flagship have contributed to the Harvest Strategy Policy and Guidelines for Commonwealth fisheries.

Ecological risk assessment (ERA): a method for ensuring the health of marine fisheries

More than 30 Australian fisheries and sub-fisheries have been assessed for their ecological impact in research, led by scientists from the CSIRO Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship.

Dr Chris Wilcox: guiding marine resource management

Dr Chris Wilcox leads research on the biological-oceanographic interactions, dispersal and population dynamics of pelagic species.

New coastal website linking local research with local councils

The latest coastal research will now be at the fingertips of councils and developers, with today's launch of a new webportal at the Australian Coastal Councils Conference in Hobart.

Dr Tony Smith AM: leading ecosystem based management research

Dr Tony Smith brings a wealth of experience in fisheries and marine resource assessment and modelling to the leadership of CSIRO research on ecosystem based management.

Canberra: Crace, ACT (Gungahlin Homestead)

The Gungahlin Homestead located at Crace in the Australian Capital Territory, is an historic site in the north of Canberra that now serves as one of the main sites for CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences.

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